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dolls, plural;
  1. Dress someone or oneself smartly and attractively
    • - I got all dolled up for a party
  2. Decorate or dress up something
    • - you can doll up a plain ham with spiced apples and kale
  1. A small model of a human figure, often one of a baby or girl, used as a child's toy

  2. An attractive young woman, often with connotations of unintelligence and frivolity

  3. An attractive young man

  4. A generous or considerate person
    • - would you be a doll and set the table?
  5. Used as an affectionate, sometimes offensive, form of address
    • - hey, doll, wanna dance?

  1. a small replica of a person; used as a toy
  2. dame: informal terms for a (young) woman
  3. A doll is a model of a human being. Dolls have been around since the dawn of human civilization, and have been fashioned from a vast array of materials, ranging from stone, clay, wood, bone, cloth and paper, to porcelain, china, rubber and plastic.
  4. Doll is a gauge steam locomotive in service at the Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway in Bedfordshire.
  5. The Doll is a 1968 Polish film directed by Wojciech Jerzy Has.
  6. The Doll is a 2008 film based on a short story by the same name written by author Charles W. Chesnutt, Dante J. James from a screenplay written by James and Joy Kecken. It stars Clayton LeBouef, Monique Brown, Jan Forbes, and Carter Jahncke. ...
  7. The Doll (Die Puppe) is a 1919 romantic fantasy comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch . The film is loosely based on the same short story which inspired the ballet Coppélia.
  8. The Doll (Polish title: Lalka) is the second of four major novels by the Polish writer Bolesław Prus. It was composed for periodical serialization in 1887-89 and appeared in book form in 1890.
  9. "The Doll" is the 127th episode of NBC sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 17th episode for the 7th season. It aired on February 22, 1996.
  10. (Dolls (1987 film)) Dolls is a film directed by horror director Stuart Gordon and released in 1987, after Gordon's success with Re-Animator. The film was shot in Italy in 1985. Dolls has taken credit for having inspired several similar "killer doll" movies since, most prominently Child's Play.
  11. (Dolls (2006 film)) Dolls is a British short film written and directed by Susan Luciani, narrated by Charles Dance and starring Joanna Lumley and Denis Lawson. ...
  12. (Dolls (Street Fighter)) This is a list of characters from the Street Fighter fighting game series. This list covers the original Street Fighter, the Street Fighter II series, the '' series, the Street Fighter EX series, the Street Fighter III series, and Street Fighter IV'', as well as other ...
  13. (Dolls (Sweet Rock n Roll)) "Dolls (Sweet Rock and Roll)" (sometimes referred to as "Dolls" or "Dolls (Sweet Rock n Roll)") is a song by scottish band Primal Scream. ...
  14. A toy in the form of a human; Used to refer to or address a woman; A term of endearment (ie. darling)
  15. (DOLLS) [Lee] double-loop locking suture
  16. (Dolls) Amphetamines; depressant; methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)
  17. (Dolls) Noppanan Arunvongse Na Ayudhaya on Flickr
  18. (dolls) To-scale cut-outs that represent physical parts to be mounted on a circuit board. They are used to perform component placement during a manual layout effort.
  19. Collectible baby dolls forever touch your heart. Exclusive Linda Webb Lifelike Baby Hailey Doll, a Market First Silicone Baby Doll Realistic in Every Detail. Lifelike Silicone Baby Doll Looks and Feels So Truly Real.
  20. needles are long and thin and are used for soft sculpturing on dolls, particularly facial details. Size 2.5"-7" long.
  21. Refers to a child’s toy, but in this show to a woman, especially a sweetheart or darling. [May be short for idol, or more likely short for Dolly, a diminutive form of the name Dorothy or Dorothea; may have been named for Dolley Madison, wife of President James Madison, and hostess also for ...
  22. Hans Bellmer, Atlas Press, London, 2006, trans. Malcolm Green (first complete translation of Bellmer's suite of essays, poems and photos from the final German version)
  23. The personification of material. Material is anything you can see. (elinor peace baily, 1989)
  24. Feeling stiff, wooden, or ragged; acting fake / Playing around; childishness / Prettiness; girlishness
  25. Woman (Pick-Up, 11), also dolly (Op, 224)