- n. A female given name.
- The English form of Dorothea, the name of a legendary ( and possibly fictitious) saint, from Ancient Greek δῶρον, "gift" + θεός, "god". (Wiktionary)
“[Illustration: "'WHY, THE PLACE WHERE I AM,' SAID DOROTHY."] "Why, the place where I am," said Dorothy.”
“DOROTHY: Birthday: 2 Winter Dorothy is the daughter of the local Priest, Gordon.”
“Obama is delusional, just like his followers. friggin Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. spin it, flip it, say it isn't so, black is white, white is black.”
“A few people know who "Dorothy" is and that is fine.”
“Dorothy is much younger in the book - the original Denslow illustrations show her as a very little girl, Alice-size or smaller.”
“Dorothy is courted by a pair of silly farmhands – a small and stupid-looking bumbler (Larry Semon) and a pudgy, impatient beau (Oliver Hardy in his pre-Laurel days).”
“Gigot: Dorothy, is there a distinction you would draw between those two?”
“For example, Dorothy is a swift and strong reader; she enjoys classical literature and poetry and performs well on reading comprehension tests.”
“What if we, the staff at her university and the architects of an innovative, personalized learning platform, also know that Dorothy is adept at critical reasoning, struggles with time management, is exceedingly motivated but equally stressed about high achievement, and aspires to be a kindergarten teacher?”
“What if we also know that Dorothy is a highly social learner -- she is motivated and engaged when she works collaboratively with other students, and although she is shy about asking for grammar help from her instructor, she readily seeks the tutelage of her peers.”
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