Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of dory.
“Cochenour's girlfriend, Dorrie, is a nice go-between character, at times unexpectedly knowledgeable and sympathetic to Audee.”
“Doris in the family register of Father Silas Daunt, and "Dorrie" in the good graces of Brother Coventry Daunt.”
“Reservist Dorothy "Dorrie" Carskadon of Rockford, Ill., was critically injured.”
“A special thank you to "Dorrie" for her review of the Rocketfish RF-WHTIB Wireless Speaker Kit.”
“Dorrie," said Jack, "Sir Thorald and Lady Hesketh think that we all should start for Paris by the early train.”
“Dorrie' is really a strong piece of work -- a decidedly interesting story. ”
“Dorrie' is an extremely touching and realistic picture of Liverpool life.”
“I'm not a clinician but there is some PTSD going on here," said Dorrie Durand, a Red Cross caseworker who is assisting tornado victims and is also running the hurricane shelter.”
“Yesterday I started with Dorrie Greenspan's chocolate chip cookie recipe.”
“I am also permanent friends with her sister, Dorrie Hall, dealer in many interesting objets, mainly Western.”
‘Dorrie’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Dorrie.