Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of doh.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Wii don hab dohs stores in Salem, but yu can get gud wild mushrooms eben heer at teh one hi-end grocery dat we hab…..an teh natural foods store haz dem tu.

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  • Nuffin lik a nice warm bohl uf floof on dohs cold wintur nites…

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  • While S.A. Sanders could not cite any examples of crimes perpetrated in connection with these "win-dohs" he warns that in these tumultuous times, it is beholden on all of His Majesty's subjects to exercise the utmost care in defending their homes against the imprecations of the wily Norman and his sinister allies.

    Boing Boing: August 11, 2002 - August 17, 2002 Archives

  • Agent Sanders went on to note that while more convenient and hygienic than the traditional masonry or straw openings heretofore employed, these so-called "win-dohs" or "glass openings" are also vulnerable to miscreants who may employ special apparati (i.e., bricks, rocks) to violate the sovereignty of house and home.

    Boing Boing: August 11, 2002 - August 17, 2002 Archives

  • Special Agent John Sanders of His Majesty's secret police today issued a notice observing that many of His Majesty's subjects have begun the practice of hiring so-called "glaziers" to install "clear walls" or "win-dohs" in their dwellings.

    Boing Boing: August 11, 2002 - August 17, 2002 Archives

  • Anyway, if it's a Sephardic name it's KAH-dohs and if it's Hungarian it's TSAW-dohsh dumbass error corrected thanks to a later comment by PF, neither of which would seem to be a likely source of Cœdès, but the latter certainly is distinctive!

    languagehat.com: COEDES.

  • (dohs PAS-ohs) A twentieth-century American author best known for the three novels that make up U.S.A., a complex and technically innovative portrait of the United States in which the country itself acts as a protagonist.

    Dos Passos, John

  • I's bin huntin 'you low an' high, an 'you's a-sleepin' out'n dohs! "

    Anne

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