doocot


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doocot

(ˈduːkɒt)
n
(Architecture) another name for dovecote
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A pedestrian and cycle path network incorporating Rosyth Castle - a 15th century ruined tower house on the perimeter of Rosyth Naval Dockyard - and 16th century doocot in the grounds of the castle - will enable access to the waterfront for 14,000 local residents.
The pet Neopolitan mastiff is understood to have turned on the youngster while she was playing in the back garden of her home in Doocot Brae, Alloa, at about 7pm on Tuesday.