[ daw-gee, dog-ee ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The diminuendo of his footsteps was agreeable to Doggies ear.

(the adjective) night, growled Doggies right-hand neighbour.

The sombreness cleared for a moment from Doggies young brow.

And there was a girl in England in Doggies sphere whom he was to marry.

The quick question caused the blood to rush to Doggies face.

She had interpreted Doggies thought, but he raised a hand in protest.

There would be mens work in England for all the Doggies in England to do.

Peggy splashed the milk over the brim of Doggies cup and into the saucer.

The three tails of three doggies wagged as if they thought it was fine.

And when the Doggies get the complaints they attend to 'em, eh?