Verb, to doct, the infinitive of the action noun doctor. It means to doct or decrease one's wallet, paycheck or bank account, as opposed to heal, and healer, who are concerned with your health instead.
My mom got cancer and she went to the doctor to doct her bank account, he gave her poisons, took her money, chopped off some body parts and threw her in a grave.
Dude, should have gone to a Healer, instead.
Yeah, now you tell me.
Man, Healers heal and Doctors doct.
作者 Comrade Plasternasty 2009年4月21日

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