Definition of Dorothy Dix
: a counselor especially of women on personal adjustment, etiquette, or other intimate matters
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Origin and Etymology of dorothy dix
after Dorothy Dix, pseudonym of Elizabeth M. Gilmer †1951 American journalist and conductor of a syndicated advice-to-the-lovelorn column
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