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1957, Lawrence Durrell, ''Justine'', Faber p. 96:
- one hand guards the burning dottle of my pipe from the force of the wind
1981, John Gardner, ''Freddy's Book'', Abacus 1982, p. 38:
- I clenched my pipe in my right fist and poked at the dottle busily with various fingers, first one then another, of my left hand.
1984, Dean Foster|Alan Dean Foster, The Hour of the Gate|''The Hour of the Gate'', page 89:
- He tapped out the dottle on the deck, locked the steering oar in position, and commenced repacking his pipe.
1893: David Herschell Edwards, ''One Hundred Modern Scottish Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices'', volume 15, page 403
- When days and years proclaim you’re old — A dottle, cripple, gouty fellow,Then for support you can lay hold O’ the upright of your umberella.