What is another word for doggy?

Pronunciation: [dˈɒɡi] (IPA)

The word "doggy" is commonly used to refer to dogs, but sometimes a different synonym may be preferred for variety or to convey a specific connotation. Some alternative words for "doggy" include "canine" for a more scientific or formal tone, "pooch" or "pup" for a cute or affectionate tone, "hound" for a working or hunting breed, "mutt" or "mongrel" for a mixed-breed dog, and "fido" or "rover" for a classic, old-fashioned pet name. Each synonym has its own unique nuance, and choosing the right one can enhance the meaning and impact of your writing or speech.

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What are the opposite words for doggy?

The word "doggy" is commonly used to describe something that is related to, or resembles, a dog. Some antonyms for the word "doggy" include cat-like, feline, aloof, apathetic, and standoffish. These words describe qualities that are opposite to those associated with dogs, such as independent, unaffectionate, or reserved. Other antonyms for "doggy" include harsh, cruel, sadistic, and malicious, which suggest negative qualities that are not typically associated with dogs. Finally, terms such as robotic, mechanical, or automated can also serve as antonyms for "doggy," as they describe things that lack the warmth and emotional connection associated with dogs.

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Usage examples for Doggy

He pulled himself together in a very doggy way.
"Helena Brett's Career"
Desmond Coke
The obnoxious doggy odour was here more strongly apparent.
"The Song of Songs"
Hermann Sudermann
We gave a whole afternoon to that dear little doggy, following in his footsteps as nearly as we could through the streets of Edinburgh, and out into the country by the road he took to the farm, and then back to Greyfriars Churchyard where the old shepherd, his master, was buried.
"Molly Brown's Orchard Home"
Nell Speed

Famous quotes with Doggy

  • I have a doggy, a Japanese Akita, who I live to play with.
    Corey Haim
  • They never forgot That even the most dreadful martyrdom must run its course Anyhow in a corner, some untidy spot Where the dogs go on with their doggy life and the torturer's horse Scratches its innocent behind on a tree.
    W. H. Auden
  • Outside, the main doors behind him, he was hit full in the chest by autumn. The doggy wind leapt about him and nipped; leaves skirred along the pavement, the scrape of the ferrules of sticks; melancholy, that tetrasyllable, sat on a plinth in the middle of the square. English autumn, and the whistling tiny souls of the dead round the war memorial.
    Anthony Burgess
  • I'm tired of living, tired of living here in this land of small dogs, small feelings, small pleasures, small thoughts. One has to be satisfied, but I don't want to be satisfied. I won't be satisfied like a little dog, there's nothing more repulsive that small dogs when they come home frightened and satisfied from their small doggy adventures. I myself have been a big dog, but I won't be a big dog either, even if it is better to be a big dog than a little one. There's nothing between being a big dog and being a little one.
    Stig Dagerman

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