dog at, be a Old form(s): dogge
be adept at, be experienced in
TG IV.iv.12[Launce alone, of his dog] one that takes upon him to be a dog indeed, to be ... a dog at all things
TN II.iii.58[Sir Andrew to Sir Toby] I am dog at a catch
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