dolman

[ dohl-muh n, dol- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dolman
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Crane shifted in his chair, and Dolman coughed deprecatingly.

"But it was racing injured the horse's leg," interposed Dolman.

"And the Rev. Dolman,—you've left him out," added the father.

There was no light whatever in Dolman's; but they were early people.

He felt in the breast of his dolman for the packet, adjusted his sabre, and turned to Lorraine.

Phillipson (advancing to meet Miss Dolman, who has just entered).

Dr. Dolman had seen his patient for the first time on the previous afternoon.

Dolman had not spoken to Mrs. Harrison, but he had seen her.

The dark Hungarian dolman that he wears suits him admirably.

"It's the likes of 'im wot makes strikes," commented the woman in the dolman.

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