Definition of Dhooly

1. dooly [n -LIES] - See also: dooly



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dhooly

dholaks
dhole
dholes
dholki
dholkis
dholl
dholls
dhols
dhoney
dhoneys
dhoni
dhonies
dhonis
dhony
dhoolies
dhooly (current term)
dhoora
dhooras
dhooti
dhootie
dhooties
dhootis
dhoti
dhotis
dhourra
dhourras
dhow
dhows
dhrupad
dhurna

Literary usage of Dhooly

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1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1885)
"So I lay still in the dhooly, and, indeed, being weary, had begun to doze off again. Suddenly there was a crash, the tent caved in, and the canvas came ..."

2. Reconnoitring in Abyssinia: A Narrative of the Proceedings of the by Henry St. Clair Wilkins (1870)
"When comfortably ensconced on our rugs round the fire, loud calls rose up for the precious dhooly, which, it need scarcely be related for the information of ..."

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