[ UK /dˈɒli/ ]
[ US /ˈdɑɫi/ ]
NOUN
  1. conveyance consisting of a wheeled support on which a camera can be mounted
  2. a small replica of a person; used as a toy
  3. conveyance consisting of a wheeled platform for moving heavy objects
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How To Use dolly In A Sentence

  • Probably Ann would call her doughy if she saw a picture of Dolly from that period. "I would rather be a cartoon than a genius!"
  • Back beyond even its immediate pre-modern period – what you might call The Andy Gray Years, the dolly bird years – football has always been a sweat-caked man-hole of a place, a realm where men have gone to mope and grizzle and rage and emote a kind of cheek-stinging eau de sexism. Andy Gray and Richard Keys convicted on sound evidence | Barney Ronay
  • Dolly has discovered that the little West Highland puppy next door is willing to exchange cautious sniffs and snuffles under the fence and I think she's quite taken with the little mite.
  • ‘Come on, Dolly,’ I said, giving her an affectionate prod.
  • By contrast the house was stuffy and airless and I repaired to my garden chair, Dolly and Harry following on behind.
  • How's this for a dolly mixture? The Sun
  • But it still kind of meshes with Dollywood and part of the Dollywood complex. CNN Transcript Apr 7, 2001
  • I toddled drowsily into the kitchen, rubbing the sleep from my eyes and feeling a whole lot better, to find Dolly sitting at the closed door, gazing forlornly out.
  • And since Dolly, formerly Shovehalfpenny, also had clothes made by Irena, might there not be news of Felix?
  • When we got home Harry Cat did the ‘Give me a treat, then’ dance on the counter top and Dolly the Mega-Cat sat on the drainer watching the tap drip into the basin.
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