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dogy

[ doh-gee ]
/ ˈdoʊ gi /
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noun, plural do·gies.
a variant of dogie.
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How to use dogy in a sentence

  • Who do you suppose would want this little, scrawny red-and-white dogy?

    The Trail Boys on the Plains|Jay Winthrop Allen
  • Do you think for a minute we can stop to drive a dogy all the way to Grub Stake?

    The Trail Boys on the Plains|Jay Winthrop Allen
  • Mrs. Elkins, havin' pulled him through his own dogy stage, dropped out of the cow business, an' devoted herself to kids.

    Yellowstone Nights|Herbert Quick
  • And like the dogy, I didn't run across anything that looked natural or inviting.

    The Happy Family|Bertha Muzzy Bower

British Dictionary definitions for dogy

dogy
/ (ˈdəʊɡɪ) /

noun plural -gies
a variant spelling of dogie
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