American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A dog, especially a small one.
- adj. Of or suggestive of a dog; doggish.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Doggish; currish.
- n. A little dog: a pet term for a dog.
- n. In coal-mining, the overlooker or “boss” of a certain number of men and boys.
- n. informal terms for dogs
- From dog + -y (“diminutive suffix”). (Wiktionary)
“He tried to teach me to do the easy stuff first, like what he called the doggy paddle.”
“Ralph was dressed in doggy boots, a yellow Kevlar doggy jacket and had a camera strapped to his collar.”
“My daughter says, “The doggy is running away with Hussy!””
“Although Dale is nearly eight years old (middle-aged in doggy terms), people still stop us in the street and ask us if he is a puppy ... this happens almost every day.”
“While I was away, they became more devoted to their doggish pursuits, taking more classes, and making good friends in doggy circles.”
“Hsving lost my “best friend” of 14 years, I pine for another puppy … the love of a doggy is unconditional. se7en”
“Pumpkinpie has decided just this week that her (stuffed lovey) doggy is in fact her baby.”
“It isn't a room at the Ritz, but we're in doggy heaven.”
“After eating that for lunch we went back into the kitchen and cooked a second meal of chicken with cashew nuts and fresh spring rolls that we got to take-away in doggy bags.”
“My in-laws probably saved me about 100,000 yen in doggy hotel expenses by warmly welcoming Edward into their home while I was away, and they always take good care of him.”
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