doggy

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Suggesting of, or in the manner of a dog
A dog, especially a small one
{i} puppy, young dog
{s} of or pertaining to a dog; like a dog , doggish; fond of dogs; pretentious; showy; pompous, ostentatious
see doggie. dog·gy doggie doggies a dog - used by or to children
suggestive, or in the manner of a dog
informal terms for dogs
doggy bag
A bag (or other container) used to take home uneaten food from a restaurant meal
doggy bag
A bag used to pick up the droppings of dogs in parks and public places
doggy bags
plural form of doggy bag
doggy paddle
A swimming stroke in the style of a dog swimming
doggy style
The position assumed for such intercourse
doggy style
Of sexual intercourse, in a position whereby the female is on all fours and the male behind her
doggy woggy
a dog, especially a small one
doggy-paddle
Alternative form of doggy paddle
doggy style
(Argo) Doggy style is a sex position. This name refers to the initial position assumed by dogs when mating (see canine copulation). It is also known as kitty style, retrocopulation, or simply rear entry, or by its Latin name, coitus more ferarum ("sex after the custom of beasts")
doggy bag
A bag for leftover food that a customer of a restaurant may take home after a meal. a small bag for taking home the food that is left over from a meal in a restaurant
doggy paddle
dog paddle
doggie
Alternative spelling of doggy
doggies
plural form of doggy
doggies
plural form of doggie
Snoop Doggy Dogg
(born 1972 as Calvin Broadus) U.S. rap musician
doggie
{i} little dog, pet term for any dog
doggie
a cow
doggie
a dog, especially a small one
doggie
Doggie is a child's word for a dog. another spelling of doggy
doggie
informal terms for dogs
doggies
plural of doggy
doggies
plural of doggie
doggy
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