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Doʹra

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The first wife of David Copperfield; she was a child-wife, but no help-meet. She could do nothing of practical use, but looked on her husband with idolatrous love. Tennyson has a poem entitled Dora.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Doom Book (dom-boc)
Doom-rings
Doomsday Sedgwick
Doomstead
Door. (Greek, thura; Anglo-Saxon, dora.)
Door Nail
Door-opener (The)
Door-tree (A)
Doors [house]
Doorm
Dora
Dorado (El)
Dorax
Dorcas Society
Dorchester
Doric
Doric Dialect
Doric Land
Doric Reed
Doricourt
Dorigen

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