doe

Part of speech: noun

The female of the deer, antelope, hare, rabbit, or kangaroo.

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Usage examples "doe":

  1. What shall I doe to saue thee my sweet boy? - "The Tragedy of Dido Queene of Carthage", Christopher Marlowe.
  2. In the second place we doe make mention of Stephen Tuerdico, and Pheodata Pogorella; thirdly, of Andrea Sauin; and lastly, of Pheodor Andrewich Phisemski. - "The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation, v. 1, Northern Europe", Richard Hakluyt.
  3. But, before he could execute his design, the roll of a carriage was heard in the avenue, and pausing an instant, with head erect like a startled doe, Sylvia turned and vanished, dropping flowers as she ran. - "Moods", Louisa May Alcott.