Definition of doolie in English:

doolie

Syllabification: doo·lie
Pronunciation: /ˈdo͞olē
 
/

noun (plural doolies)

informal
A freshman at the US Air Force Academy.
More example sentences
  • I've got one of my doolies running it but it seems to be only consuming 13 percent of the CPU cycles.
  • Sponsor families help doolies adjust to the area and to school.

Origin

from Hindi ḍolī, diminutive of ḍolā 'cradle or litter'.

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