Definition of Doughtily

1. adv. In a doughty manner.



Definition of Doughtily

1. Adverb. In a doughty manner. ¹

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Definition of Doughtily

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doughtily

doughiness
doughing
doughless
doughlike
doughmaking
doughnut
doughnut-shaped
doughnut hole
doughnut holes
doughnutlike
doughnuts
doughs
dought
doughtier
doughtiest
doughtily (current term)
doughtiness
doughtinesses
doughtren
doughts
doughty
doughy
douglas' pouch
douglas fir
douglas hemlock
douglas pine
douglas spruce
douhua
douit
douits

Literary usage of Doughtily

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"That is- precisely the battle which the English race on this continent has been pushing doughtily forward for two centuries and a half. ..."

2. My Study Windows by James Russell Lowell (1913)
"That is precisely the battle which the English race on this continent has been carrying doughtily on for two centuries and a half. doughtily and silently ..."

3. The Oxford Book of American Essays by Brander Matthews (1914)
"That is precisely the battle which the English race on this continent has been carrying doughtily on for two centuries and a half. doughtily and silently ..."

4. Fireside Travels by James Russell Lowell (1904)
"That is precisely the battle which the English race on this continent has been pushing doughtily forward for two centuries and a half. ..."

5. A Compendious History of English Literature, and of the English Language by George Lillie Craik (1861)
"And their fayes right hardily Met them, and dang on them doughtily With ... Ah ! mighty God, how doughtily Schir Edward the Bruce and his men Amang their ..."

6. A Compendious History of English Literature, and of the English Language by George Lillie Craik (1871)
"And their fayes right hardily Met them, and dang on them doughtily With ... Ah! mighty God, how doughtily Schir Edward the Bruce and his men Amang their ..."

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