- a first-year cadet in the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Origin of doolie1
or doo·lie, dhoo·ly
- (in India) a simple litter, often used to transport sick or wounded persons.
Origin of dooly
First recorded in 1615–25, dooly is from the Hindi word ḍōlī litter
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Examples from the Web for doolies
I heard the doolies dumped on the ground, and the shutter in front of my door shook.The Lock And Key Library
A continuous stream of doolies and stretchers commenced to flow from the fighting line.
The more serious cases are carried in doolies or litters, protected from the sun by white curtains, and borne by four natives.
At the head of the column of doolies and stretchers were the bodies of the killed, each tied with cords upon a mule.
Long before the last volleys were fired, the doolies were out in force looking for the wounded.Soldiers Three, Part II.