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  4. The Doxy, sometimes referred to as the Biting Fairy, was a small Fairy-like magical beast, sometimes mistaken for a Fairy. The Doxy was covered in coarse black hair, and had an additional set of arms and legs. Doxies had shiny beetle-like wings, and a double row of sharp teeth. If bitten, a wizard or witch should take an antidote immediately, as their venom was highly poisonous. Doxies buried Alternative names: Biting Fairy.
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  6. Jun 05,  · arch doxy; Etymology 2. From -doxy in orthodoxy, heterodoxy, etc. Noun. doxy (plural doxies) A defined opinion. (Can we date this quote by Bishop William Warburton and provide title, author’s full name, and other details?) Orthodoxy is my doxy; heterodoxy is another man's doxy. Etymology 3. Clipping. Noun. doxy (uncountable).
  7. Doxy definition, opinion; doctrine. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. ,
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  9. Doxy definition is - floozy, prostitute. History and Etymology for doxy. perhaps modification of obsolete Dutch docke doll, from Middle Dutch.

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