from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of dormie.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Up, or ahead, as many holes as remain to be played; -- said of a player or side.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In golf, noting the condition of a player when he is as many holes ahead of his opponent as there remain holes to be played.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. in match play a side that stands as many holes ahead as there are holes remaining to be played
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Ho Saint Siobe, cap de Gascoigne, ta pla dormy jou, quand aquoest taquain me bingut estee.
These "little loves" of mine are wearing sweet little starter bras and comparing deoderants and wanting to spend free-time off in their dormy, talking about who fancies who and boy bands.
She ran up to the dormy and got her mackintosh and sou-wester.
There came a great clatter op the stairs and the girls in the dormy raised their heads.
The second-form dormy was not far from the first-form dormy, where Darrell had slept for the last four terms.
Daphne would never respect her again t So there was peace in the dormy, and when Matron came silently to the door, there was only the regular breathing of ten girls to be heard.
So were one or two of Betty's friends, not in Sally's dormy.
Upstairs, in the dormy, just after Ellen had crept out, Darrell awoke.
She will be in the second form with you, and will be in your dormy.
Ah, there she was, shepherding another new girl up to the dormy.