doo-doo


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doo-doo

 (do͞o′do͞o′)
n. Slang
Fecal matter.

[Baby-talk doubling of do.]

doo-doo

(ˈduːˌduː)
n
informal US and Canadian a child's word for excrement

doo-doo

(ˈduˌdu)

n. Baby Talk.
feces; excrement.
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A few more absentees and we'd have been in deep doo-doo.
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If we don't know the meaning of democracy, we really are in a pile of doo-doo.