noun, plural dor·mice [dawr-mahys] /ˈdɔrˌmaɪs/.
Words nearby dormouse
Examples from the Web for dormice
The Dormice fearing it might be some of the Weasels who spoke, were silent instantly, and then the Moles bade them come out.
They can live absolutely alone and without interruption—just as the Dormice did.The Works of Rudyard Kipling: One Volume Edition|Rudyard Kipling
Hedgehogs and dormice and butterflies and sandboys, all in a breath.The House That Grew|Mrs. Molesworth
In a very few seconds the whole of the lads were as fast asleep as dormice.
With the exception of a single group, the dormice (Myoxus) (Fig. 380), the rodents possess a well-developed ccal apparatus.The Anatomy of the Human Peritoneum and Abdominal Cavity|George. S. Huntington