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First published 1952 (SND Vol. III).
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DOOBILEECITY, n. Double-dealing.Ayr. 1823 Galt Entail xcviii.:
But Pitwinnoch will soon fin' the weight o' the lion's paw that his doobileecity has roused in me.

[Altered nonce form of duplicity, influenced by Dooble.]

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