A compartmental structure, often raised on a pole, for housing domesticated pigeons.(noun)
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Use "dovecote" in a sentence
"The dovecote was the second most likely rendezvous."
"And sometimes, also, do I find a fugitive creature in my dovecote, which is alien to me, and trembleth when I lay my hand upon it."
"The dovecote was a head-dress, a kind of round caul of gold or silver network, secured by gold or silver pins fastened in the hair."