dot[ dot ]SEE DEFINITION OF dot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOT
If ever she was suited to a dot, it was jest then 'n' there.
“I didn't said dot I vould be a goot sby, Dick,” responded Fritz.
It was almost forty minutes to the dot when Hilary's head emerged from the cleft.
A dot on the desert expanded into a pit, a tower, and some small buildings.
Lo, at last, there was a dot on the clouds, And—at last and at last— —God—the sky was filled with armies.
A jock has got to weigh in and weigh out on the dot when Parker is on the job.
DOT's face, like a full moon, appears over the upper banisters.
Dot knew where the others were picking, for they didn't keep still a minute.
An enormous fellow he was, and fatter for his size than Dot Calliper was for hers.
Then up she'd be coming, step by step, houlding on to the bannisters, dot and carry one.