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Dogstail

ˈdɒɡzteɪl

Meanings of Dogstail:

noun

An old world fodder grass with spiky flower heads.

Usage examples:

Three varieties of crested dogstail are agronomically recommendable: ro novská, tercie and cristal.

Meanings of Dogstone:

noun

Any of various british orchids.

Meanings of Dogstones:

noun

Any of various british orchids.

Dogteeth

ˈdɒɡtuːθ

Meanings of Dogteeth:

noun

A small pointed ornament or moulding forming one of a series radiating like petals from a raised centre, typical of norman and early english styles.

Meanings of Dogtooth:

noun

A small pointed ornament or moulding forming one of a series radiating like petals from a raised centre, typical of norman and early english styles.

Meanings of Dogtrot:

noun

A gentle easy trot.

verb

Move at a dogtrot.

Usage examples:

They dogtrotted back up the path

Dogtrots

ˈdɒɡtrɒt

Meanings of Dogtrots:

verb

Move at a dogtrot.

Usage examples:

They dogtrotted back up the path
noun

A gentle easy trot.

Dogtrotted

ˈdɒɡtrɒt

Meanings of Dogtrotted:

verb

Move at a dogtrot.

Usage examples:

They dogtrotted back up the path
noun

A gentle easy trot.

Dogtrotting

ˈdɒɡtrɒt

Meanings of Dogtrotting:

verb

Move at a dogtrot.

Usage examples:

They dogtrotted back up the path
noun

A gentle easy trot.

Meanings of Dogvane:

noun

A small, light vane of thread, cork, and feathers, placed on a gunwale or shroud to indicate the direction of the wind. also in figurative contexts.

Meanings of Dogvanes:

noun

A small, light vane of thread, cork, and feathers, placed on a gunwale or shroud to indicate the direction of the wind. also in figurative contexts.

Dogwatches

ˈdɒɡwɒtʃ

Meanings of Dogwatches:

noun

Either of two short watches on a ship (4–6 or 6–8 p.m.).

Usage examples:

The latter half of the first dog watch found hornblower next to mcmasters, officer of the first dog…

Meanings of Dogwinkle:

noun

Any of several predatory marine gastropod molluscs of the genus nucella (formerly thais or purpura; family muricidae); especially (more fully "atlantic dogwinkle") the common dog whelk, n. lapillus.

Dogwood

ˈdɒɡ.wʊd

Meanings of Dogwood:

noun

A shrub or small tree of north temperate regions, which yields hard timber and is grown for its decorative foliage, red stems, or colourful berries.

Usage examples:

If you are growing your willows and dogwoods for their colourful winter stems, cut them hard back n…

Dogwoods

ˈdɒɡ.wʊd

Meanings of Dogwoods:

noun

A shrub or small tree of north temperate regions, which yields hard timber and is grown for its decorative foliage, red stems, or colourful berries.

Usage examples:

If you are growing your willows and dogwoods for their colourful winter stems, cut them hard back n…

Doh

dəʊ

Meanings of Doh:

noun

(in tonic sol-fa) the first and eighth note of a major scale.

Usage examples:

In exercise 2, the fourth note, soh of d major, becomes the new doh of a major, and is therefore gi…
exclamation

Used to comment on a foolish or stupid action, especially one's own.

Usage examples:

I lost by one point. doh!
abbreviation

(in the uk) department of health.

Doilies

ˈdɔɪ.li

Meanings of Doilies:

noun

A small ornamental mat made of lace or paper with a lace pattern, put on a plate under cakes or other sweet food.

Usage examples:

In the centre would be the three tiered cake stand with doilies on each plate and small sandwiches …

Meanings of Doily:

noun

A small ornamental mat made of lace or paper with a lace pattern, put on a plate under cakes or other sweet food.

Usage examples:

In the centre would be the three tiered cake stand with doilies on each plate and small sandwiches …

Doing

ˈduː.ɪŋ

Meanings of Doing:

noun

The activities in which a particular person engages.

Usage examples:

The latest doings of television stars
verb

Perform (an action, the precise nature of which is often unspecified).

Usage examples:

Very little work has been done in this field

Meanings of Doing-away-with:

phrasal verb

To get rid of or destroy something

Usage examples:

The governor is proposing to do away with the state transportation department.

Meanings of Doing-without:

phrasal verb

To manage, work, or perform successfully without having someone or something present

Usage examples:

The country cannot do without foreign investment., there are a great number of things that he can e…

Doings

ˈduː.ɪŋ

Meanings of Doings:

noun

The activities in which a particular person engages.

Usage examples:

The latest doings of television stars

Meanings of Doit:

noun

A very small amount of money.

Usage examples:

People who will not give a doit to relieve a lame beggar, will lay out ten to see a show.

Doited

ˈdɔɪtɪd

Meanings of Doited:

adjective

Having the faculties impaired, especially by age.

Usage examples:

Then she rambled on to the good old days, and so to the days before the flood - which plainly showe…

Meanings of Dojo:

noun

A room or hall in which judo and other martial arts are practised.

Usage examples:

This is only a brief hint of the larger lessons that can be learned in the judo dojo.

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