- dorsosacral position,
- dorticós torrado, osvaldo,
Origin of dorter
Examples from the Web for dorter
One day she saw him in the dorter, and since she knew him, she boxed his ears.
Another habit against which bishops constantly legislated was that of having the children to sleep in the dorter with the nuns.
At Littlemore in 1445 the nuns did not sleep in the dorter for fear it should fall.
At the same time, for better security, he ordered the nuns to be locked into their dorter every night until service time.
Just one dorter, a nice quiet lass, 'appen eighteen year old.Wenderholme|Philip Gilbert Hamerton