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Department of Energy, Energy Department, Energy, DOE(noun)
the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
mature female of mammals of which the male is called `buck'
A female deer; also used of similar animals such as reindeer, antelope, goat.
A female fallow deer.
A female rabbit.
A female hare.
A female squirrel.
A female kangaroo
Origin: From do, from da, from dajjōn, from dajjanan, from dhēy-. Cognate with da, dae, te, då, deon, delu. Related also to fellatio, filial, fetus.
a female deer or antelope; specifically, the female of the fallow deer, of which the male is called a buck. Also applied to the female of other animals, as the rabbit. See the Note under Buck
a feat. [Obs.] See Do, n
Origin: [AS. d; cf. Dan. daa, daa-dyr, deer, and perh. L. dama. 66.]
The Doe are an ethnic and linguistic group based in northern coastal Tanzania, in the Bagamoyo District of Pwani Region. In 1987 the Doe population was estimated to number 24,000.
Edo, EOD, ode, ODE, OED
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I regret having inaccurately described the DOE as having advised us as such.
During our entire stay on the island, we never saw any young women that fit the description of Jane Doe No. 3.
If auditors can’t locate an average of 180 computers per DOE location, this may be just the tip of the iceberg.
Never under any circumstances have I ever had any sexual contact of any kind, which includes massages or any physical contact whatsoever, with Jane Doe No. 3.
The fighting in Libya is starting to be more and more about a battle for the oil resources and this will not end well, the DOE statistics are bearish, Libya is bullish.
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- кошута, сърнаBulgarian
- srna, laňCzech
- Hindin, Hinde, HirschkuhGerman
- leporino, damaino, cervino, sciurino, kuniklino, kanguruinoEsperanto
- coneja, cierva, cabraSpanish
- آهو مادهPersian
- naaraskani, naarasjänis, naarashirvi, vaadin, kengurunaaras, naarasoravaFinnish
- biche, daine, hase, lapineFrench
- wyfkehartWestern Frisian
- giorria baineann, coinín baineann, eilitIrish
- maoiseach, ban-choineanScottish Gaelic
- cervino, daimino, leporinoIdo
- coniglia, lepre femmina, daina, cerva, scoiattolo femminaItalian
- 雌, 麀Japanese
- HirschkouLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- damherthinde, hinde, moerhaas, moer, voedsterDutch
- bįįhtsaʼiiNavajo, Navaho
- ciută, căprioarăRomanian
- [[самка]] [[олень, бельчиха, [[самка]] [[кенгуру]], крольчиха, олениха, белка, зайчихаRussian
- srna, kunica, veverica, срна, кошута, веверица, куница, zečica, košuta, зечицаSerbo-Croatian
- srna, laňSlovak
- harhona, hindSwedish
- kangur, jiliev, hikrolig, hiliev, stäg, krolig, yat, hikangur, histäg, jikrolig, jiyat, jikangur, hiyat, jistäg, lievVolapük
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