Definitions

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  • n. A left-handed person.

Etymologies

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Probably from molly ("(dialect) fussy man who does women's work") + dook (variant of duke ("fist")) + -er.

Examples

  • It'd also be a handy warm-up for another mollydooker by the name of Rafael Nadal, the likely third-round opponent should Bernard bowl over the Spaniard.

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  • For a high alcohol wine very drinkable even without food - nothing complex but for a little over 20 bucks a good value.. - drank after a mollydooker shake and a hour and a half decant on 8/27/2010 & rated 89 points: (1060 views)

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  • Bill Lawry), it makes the little New South Welshman the 22nd mollydooker in the last three-and-a-bit decades.

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  • The lithe lass was sure a good looker

    But still her fiancé forsook her.

    His counseling minister

    Advised she was sinister -

    A blithe, unabashed mollydooker.

    February 12, 2018