doty [doh-tee] ExamplesWord Origin adjective, dot·i·er, dot·i·est. Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S.
- (of wood) decayed.
And I’ll hold this jail, me and Doty, as long as possible, and you drive like hell!
So the sheriff sat there thinking, while Doty watched the attack from the window.
The sheriff and Doty retreated to the jail, and the attack went on.
Doty Buxton came in from the hall, where he had gone to watch operations.
“That old Judge is doty,” declared the young man with a tone of conviction.
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