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  • n. Plural form of doxy.


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  • 'doxies, which is quite an assumption on my part [if I were really to make it], cf.

    Midwest Conservative Journal

  • She felt a natural aversion for light women and the sort the soldiers called their sweethearts or "doxies," but it had been revealed to her that we should hold such in great pity and deal compassionately with them.

    The Merrie Tales Of Jacques Tournebroche 1909

  • Burstein frolics compulsively for "The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues" as a pair of doxies chirp alongside him and Raines top-hat-and-cane's it with the company on "Live, Laugh, Love."

    David Finkle: First Nighter: "Follies" 2011 a Smash Hit

  • He probably thought he could turn any woman into one of his doxies with his seductions.

    A Hellion in Her Bed

  • Nowadays, as he had learned, on the third Sunday of certain months the so-called Bainbridge Society, a loose collection of scalawags who formed a social circle headed by the Earl of Bainbridge—ranging from the lowest of the low amongst the aristocracy, to certain wealthy Cits, to shadier figures whose identities were never revealed—purchased doxies here.


  • Or, rather, what they were pleased to consider doxies.


  • He has been a soldier on campaign, far from home, with a hundred doxies at his command; he has been an exile in cities where women have hurried to comfort him, and now he is the King of England and every woman in London would be glad to have him—I truly believe that half of them have had him.

    The White Queen

  • ‘Give me your tired, your poor, your cheap braying doxies yearning to breathe free’

    Friday Night updates – The Bleat.

  • I'm such a dog lover own two little black doxies but I have to rate Garfield as my favorite fictional four-legged creature.

    I Heart Pro-Animal Heroes!

  • And doxies sunning on the roof in clement weather and men with warrants outstanding for reckless endangerment and depraved indifference.



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