dough´like´

dough´like´
dough «doh», noun.
1. a soft, thick mixture of flour, milk or water, fat, and other materials from which bread, biscuits, cake, and pie crust are made.
2. any soft, thick mass like this.
3. Informal. money: »

Great, all right, to be earning your own dough (James T. Farrell).

4. U.S. Informal. an infantryman; doughboy: »

These, in our generation, have been known first as the Doughboys, and then the Doughs, and now the Dogfaces (Harper's).

[Old English dāg]
dough´like´, adjective.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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