Dochmiac

Doch"mi*ac

(?), a. (Pros.) Pertaining to, or containing, the dochmius.
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Doch"mi*us

(?), n. [L., fr. Gr. .] (Pros.) A foot of five syllables (usually -- - -).

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Doc`i*bil"i*ty

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Doc"i*ble*ness

(?), } n. [L. docibilitas.] Aptness for being taught; teachableness; docility.
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To persons of docibility, the real character may be easily taught in a few days.
Boyle.
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The docibleness of dogs in general.
Walton.
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