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Dobbin

ˈdɒbɪn

Meanings of Dobbin:

noun

A pet name for a draught horse or a farm horse.

Meanings of Dobbing:

verb

Inform against someone.

Usage examples:

Helen dobbed me in to mum
phrasal verb

To secretly tell someone in authority that someone else has done something wrong

Usage examples:

Who was it who dobbed me in (to the teacher)?

Dobbins

ˈdɒbɪn

Meanings of Dobbins:

noun

A pet name for a draught horse or a farm horse.

Meanings of Dobby:

noun

A mechanism attached to a loom for weaving small patterns similar to but simpler than those produced by a jacquard loom.

Usage examples:

Dobby loom

Dobe

ˈdəʊbi

Meanings of Dobe:

noun

Adobe.

Usage examples:

If need be, friend, we'll stand shoulder to shoulder against that dobe wall outside.

Doberman

ˈdəʊ.bə.mən

Meanings of Doberman:

noun

A large dog of a german breed with powerful jaws and a smooth coat, typically black with tan markings.

Usage examples:

She walked past cages holding dignified german shepherds, alert dobermans, sleek labradors and beau…

Dobermans

ˈdəʊbəmən

Meanings of Dobermans:

noun

A large dog of a german breed with powerful jaws and a smooth coat, typically black with tan markings.

Usage examples:

She walked past cages holding dignified german shepherds, alert dobermans, sleek labradors and beau…

Dobra

ˈdɒbrə

Meanings of Dobra:

noun

The basic monetary unit of são tomé and principe, equal to 100 centavos.

Usage examples:

They devalued the currency about 40% to 280.021 são tomé and príncipe dobras = us $1.

Meanings of Dobras:

noun

The basic monetary unit of são tomé and principe, equal to 100 centavos.

Usage examples:

They devalued the currency about 40% to 280.021 são tomé and príncipe dobras = us $1.

Dobsonflies

ˈdɒbs(ə)nflʌɪ

Meanings of Dobsonflies:

noun

A large grey north american winged insect related to the alderflies. its predatory aquatic larva (the hellgrammite) is often used as fishing bait.

Usage examples:

Eastern dobsonflies live east of the rocky mountains in the united states and canada.

Dobsonfly

ˈdɒbs(ə)nflʌɪ

Meanings of Dobsonfly:

noun

A large grey north american winged insect related to the alderflies. its predatory aquatic larva (the hellgrammite) is often used as fishing bait.

Usage examples:

Eastern dobsonflies live east of the rocky mountains in the united states and canada.

Doc

dɒk

Meanings of Doc:

abbreviation

Doctor.

Usage examples:

The alarming trend for desperate medical sector docs and surgeons to reduce waiting lists by doing …

Docent

ˈdəʊ.sənt

Meanings of Docent:

noun

(in certain us and european universities and colleges) a member of the teaching staff immediately below professorial rank.

Usage examples:

After leaving italy in 1922, cech wrote his habilitation thesis, becoming a docent at the charles u…

Docents

ˈdəʊ.sənt

Meanings of Docents:

noun

(in certain us and european universities and colleges) a member of the teaching staff immediately below professorial rank.

Usage examples:

After leaving italy in 1922, cech wrote his habilitation thesis, becoming a docent at the charles u…

Meanings of Docetism:

noun

The doctrine, important in gnosticism, that christ's body was not human but either a phantasm or of real but celestial substance, and that therefore his sufferings were only apparent.

Usage examples:

Indeed, this latter focus is an indispensable safeguard against the oldest and most enduring christ…

Meanings of Docile:

adjective

Ready to accept control or instruction; submissive.

Usage examples:

A cheap and docile workforce

Docilely

ˈdəʊ.saɪl.li

Meanings of Docilely:

adverb

In a quiet way that is easy to influence, persuade, or control

Usage examples:

She docilely obeyed all her mother's orders., he nodded docilely and followed her through the door.

Docility

dəʊˈsɪl.ə.ti

Meanings of Docility:

noun

The quality of being quiet and easy to influence, persuade, or control

Usage examples:

Children were believed to owe docility and obedience to their parents., this breed of cattle is kno…

Dock

dɒk

Meanings of Dock:

noun

An enclosed area of water in a port for the loading, unloading, and repair of ships.

Usage examples:

The boat nosed up to a dock
verb

(of a ship) come into a dock and tie up at a wharf.

Usage examples:

The ship docked at southampton

Dockage

ˈdɒkɪdʒ

Meanings of Dockage:

noun

Accommodation or berthing of ships in docks.

Usage examples:

Also i get about two calls per day requesting long-term marina dockage for the coming season, all o…

Docked

dɒk

Meanings of Docked:

verb

(of a ship) come into a dock and tie up at a wharf.

Usage examples:

The ship docked at southampton
noun

An enclosed area of water in a port for the loading, unloading, and repair of ships.

Usage examples:

The boat nosed up to a dock

Meanings of Docker:

noun

A person employed in a port to load and unload ships.

Usage examples:

The dockers refused to load the ship and prevented it from sailing.

Meanings of Dockers:

noun

A person employed in a port to load and unload ships.

Usage examples:

The dockers refused to load the ship and prevented it from sailing.

Docket

ˈdɒk.ɪt

Meanings of Docket:

noun

A document or label listing the contents of a consignment or package.

Usage examples:

The health department is working with the british supermarket chain to introduce shopping dockets t…
verb

Mark (a consignment or package) with a document or label listing the contents.

Usage examples:

The clothes would be handed in and neatly docketed

Docketed

ˈdɒkɪt

Meanings of Docketed:

verb

Mark (a consignment or package) with a document or label listing the contents.

Usage examples:

The clothes would be handed in and neatly docketed
noun

A document or label listing the contents of a consignment or package.

Usage examples:

The health department is working with the british supermarket chain to introduce shopping dockets t…

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