dormy

ADJECTIVE
  1. in match play a side that stands as many holes ahead as there are holes remaining to be played
    he was dormie three and still lost the match
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How To Use dormy In A Sentence

  • Lesley, you'd better scram to your own dormy or Matey will ask questions. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL
  • She ran up to the dormy and got her mackintosh and sou-wester. The Second Form at Malory Towers
  • Lesley, you'd better scram to your own dormy or Matey will ask questions. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL
  • She will be in the second form with you, and will be in your dormy. The Second Form at Malory Towers
  • Lesley, you'd better scram to your own dormy or Matey will ask questions. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL
  • Ho Saint Siobe, cap de Gascoigne, ta pla dormy jou, quand aquoest taquain me bingut estee. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • So were one or two of Betty's friends, not in Sally's dormy. The Second Form at Malory Towers
  • There came a great clatter op the stairs and the girls in the dormy raised their heads. The Second Form at Malory Towers
  • Can you imagine what they'd look like after half the dormy had been digging through them? ADRIENNE AND THE CHALET SCHOOL
  • These "little loves" of mine are wearing sweet little starter bras and comparing deoderants and wanting to spend free-time off in their dormy, talking about who fancies who and boy bands. sheepdip Diary Entry
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