doggie

[ US /ˈdɔɡi/ ]
[ UK /dˈɒɡi/ ]
NOUN
  1. informal terms for dogs
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How To Use doggie In A Sentence

  • We've got these super cute staple-free staplers in adorable doggie and kitty styles in sickeningly-sweet pastel colors.
  • He pointed out what he called the doggie bar, a halfmoon-shaped tiled trough with a silver spigot that provided fresh water for the expensive dogs whose owners bought them Chanel collars and Gucci dog beds. Willow
  • Guests are offered an elaborate tray of hors d' oeuvres from which they may help themselves; then the meal begins; a demitasse of soup, a first course, and so on until dessert when a Dalmatian spotted ‘doggie’ bag of sweets is delivered.
  • Time to go home and read up on the doggie's adventures for today.
  • My dear mother is a dedicated reader of Moondoggie, which means she's endured more episodes of her son's sex life than most mothers, excepting those whose children have been charged with horrible crimes or who are named Tommy Lee.
  • This baby talk for people who enjoy a good meal is so ubiquitous that perhaps it must be tolerated-I'm trying to be nice-and then we can allow folks who treasure their pet companions to be called "doggies," "catties" and "birdies. Heretical Veggies, And A Courageous Chicken In Every Pot
  • Diplomacy is the art of saying "Nice Doggie" until you can find a rock. Will Rogers 
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  • Go and visit the little doggie, and be sure to leave him a bone or two.
  • Go and visit the little doggie, and be sure to leave him a bone or two, seen!
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