dummy[ duhm-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dummy
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He walked over to Spud, lifted the dummy into position in the crook of his arm.
He walked over to the dummy and touched the wooden head with his hand.
Again the dummy's mouth opened, the head bobbed and the eyes blinked.
He ran a hand across his eyes, dropped the dummy onto the desk.
IN the next two or three days Dummy he got to be powerful popular.
Place in the middle of each a dummy, made of dough or bread.
He waited till Lady Poynter was dummy and then asked her to excuse him.
If you please, Mum, it's below the waist; I think I can manage with the dummy.
And it means popping the individual into a mould, and dishing him up as a dummy.
That I was going to sit there like a dummy with the Consul-General's cable before me?