[ UK /dˈɒsɪˌe‍ɪ/ ]
[ US /ˌdɔsˈjeɪ, ˌdɔsiˈeɪ/ ]
  1. a collection of papers containing detailed information about a particular person or subject (usually a person's record)
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How To Use dossier In A Sentence

  • On many dossiers, the pace of law-making could easily advance "very fast", says the ambassador.
  • The PM has compiled a dossier on solicitors who put innocent soldiers through years of anguish. The Sun
  • In this role he had responsibility for compiling intelligence dossiers on its enemies; for planning counter-espionage and for establishing and supervising fascist cells operating in the trade union movement.
  • In other words, it cannot be overlooked in the lawsuit of not using delivery of dossier and the lawsuit of both libelant and paraclete proof-providing.
  • The inquiry was launched four months after Gotham published a scathing dossier. Times, Sunday Times
  • And that's it, that seems to be the sum total of the 'dodginess' of MacAskill's 'dossier'. Dodgy Dossiers
  • He has reams of paper which he calls the dossier of the crime. Simon the Jester
  • It would be dangerous to view the dossier as having clinched the argument for war.
  • He may have signed off on the idea of creating a youth brigade, and put a gold star in the dossier of the sweating toady who proposed the idea.
  • A fabulous bounty from the Bernard Madoff charitable foundation included a stunning WMD intelligence dossier advance 'downpayment'. : Spoof News : Front Page
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