Definition of doxy in English:

doxy

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Pronunciation: /ˈdɒksi
 
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noun (plural doxies)

archaic
1A lover or mistress.
1.1A prostitute.
More example sentences
  • Do you ever see the doxies on the street, Josephine?
  • The excellent, shock-haired Lenny sounds a complete prat when he tells Ruth that a dockside doxy was diseased because ‘I decided she was.’
  • Still, we need to find now who did murder the doxy and ask why.

Origin

mid 16th century (originally slang): of unknown origin.

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