doughiest

dough·y || 'dəʊɪ adj. of or like dough, soft and heavy, not thoroughly baked

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • doughiest — dough ► NOUN 1) a thick mixture of flour and liquid, for baking into bread or pastry. 2) informal money. DERIVATIVES doughy adjective (doughier, doughiest) . ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • doughy — doughiness, n. /doh ee/, adj., doughier, doughiest. of or like dough, esp. in being soft and heavy or pallid and flabby: a doughy consistency; a fat, doughy face. [1595 1605; DOUGH + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • doughy — UK [ˈdəʊɪ] / US [ˈdoʊɪ] adjective Word forms doughy : adjective doughy comparative doughier superlative doughiest soft and easily stretched …   English dictionary

  • doughy — /ˈdoʊi/ (say dohee) adjective (doughier, doughiest) 1. of or like dough; half baked; soft and heavy; pallid and flabby. 2. Especially Qld Colloquial slow witted. {dough + y1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • dough — ► NOUN 1) a thick mixture of flour and liquid, for baking into bread or pastry. 2) informal money. DERIVATIVES doughy adjective (doughier, doughiest) . ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • doughier — dough ► NOUN 1) a thick mixture of flour and liquid, for baking into bread or pastry. 2) informal money. DERIVATIVES doughy adjective (doughier, doughiest) . ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • doughy — dough ► NOUN 1) a thick mixture of flour and liquid, for baking into bread or pastry. 2) informal money. DERIVATIVES doughy adjective (doughier, doughiest) . ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • doughy — [dō′ē] adj. doughier, doughiest of or like dough; soft, pasty, flabby, etc. doughiness n …   English World dictionary

  • doughy — adj. (doughier, doughiest) 1 having the form or consistency of dough. 2 pale and sickly in colour. Derivatives: doughiness n …   Useful english dictionary

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