Definition of doe
: the adult female of various mammals (such as a deer, rabbit, or kangaroo) of which the male is called buck
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Floating naked, blind and deaf does have a certain aesthetic appeal to it.
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Origin and Etymology of doe
Middle English do, from Old English dā; akin to German dialect tē doe
First Known Use: before 12th century
Definition of DOE
1 Department of Energy
2 depends on experience
DOE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doe for English Language Learners
: a female animal (such as a deer, rabbit, or kangaroo)
DOE Defined for Kids
Definition of doe for Students
: the female of an animal (as a deer or kangaroo) the male of which is called buck
Medical Definition of DOE
dyspnea on exertion
Legal Definition of DOE
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