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  • Scotchman, I suppose, thinking I was speaking ill of him, fell into a greater passion than before, and catching hold of the word dukkerin -- 'Dukkerin,' said he, 'what's dukkerin?'

    Isopel Berners The History of certain doings in a Staffordshire Dingle, July, 1825

  • I suppose, thinking I was speaking ill of him, fell into a greater passion than before, and catching hold of the word dukkerin -- 'Dukkerin,' said he, 'what's dukkerin?'

    The Romany Rye

  • Scotchman, I suppose, thinking I was speaking ill of him, fell into a greater passion than before, and catching hold of the word dukkerin -- "Dukkerin," said he, "what's dukkerin?"

    The Romany Rye A Sequel to 'Lavengro'

  • No, she'd take to Romanies in general, and she'd go hangin 'about the different camps, and she'd soon be snapped up, being so comely, and they'd make a lot o' money out on her jist havin 'her with 'em for the "dukkerin'. "'

    Aylwin

  • There is no hope, sir, no help, you have taken drow; shall I tell you your fortune, sir, your dukkerin?

    Lavengro

  • I, for one, will never laugh at the dukkerin dook.

    Lavengro

  • Brother, I am fond of solitude myself, but not that kind of solitude; I like a quiet heath, where I can pitch my house, but I always like to have a gay stirring place not far off, where the women can pen dukkerin, and I myself can sell or buy a horse, if needful — such a place as the Chong Gav.

    Lavengro

  • I was determined to make a horse-shoe, and a good one, in spite of every obstacle — ay, in spite of dukkerin.

    Lavengro

  • God bless you for a sick one, say I, and that's a bad dukkerin, the which in gentle

    Red Money

  • "It's a sad dukkerin for the foxy lady," said Gentilla, grinning like the witch she was.

    Red Money

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