from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of doggy.
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- n. Alternative spelling of doggy.
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- n. informal terms for dogs
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You know, some of us are what they call doggie psychologists.
He pointed out what he called the doggie bar, a halfmoon-shaped tiled trough with a silver spigot that provided fresh water for the expensive dogs whose owners bought them Chanel collars and Gucci dog beds.
Update, 5/30: "Ferrara has allowed his comic self to run free, and he imagines a universe in which sensuality and tongue-kissing your doggie is just fun, and an end unto itself," writes Robert Koehler at filmjourney. org.
But going walkies the other day, she briefly found herself in doggie heaven ... when she was confronted by a bone as big as herself.
Back home that thing would be in doggie heaven by now.
Little Cindy Loo Who...she'll do it to ya every time. the doggie was another one of those cute sidekicks
Fortunately the doggie is a performing doggie and the money will be paid.
And, in spite of those difficult beginnings, my doggie is a beautiful sweet spirit, who I've snuggled with every night on my bed for 10 years before we go to sleep ... who we call the "con artist" because his communication techniques are hysterical when he wants treats or a walk ... who taught himself to
They've dubbed their doggie double "Lancelot Encore."
Puckett says she got the idea of doggie highlights and body treatments from a magazine from Japan, where she says salons like hers are popular.
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