doughball

doughball

(ˈdəʊˌbɔːl)
n
a small ball of bread dough, cooked in a stew, as an accompaniment to a meal, etc a ball of bread used as bait in carp fishing
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Is this bigotry against shortbread or was some doughball to blame?
Supporting the shopper marketing activity, Chicago Town is launching The Doughball Challenge online, bringing to life the excitement of a penalty shootout in a simple, fun and addictive way via a microsite.
Thank you for being the best mum, love Steven and Nicole xx THOMSON DOROTHY Happy Mother's Day Doughball.
The piece shows a hooded figure with small raisin eyes and a doughball nose whose gloved hands clutch a baby goat.
From its Halliwell Mills facility, AMKO makes and sells a wide range of suets and has a range of about 40 barbecue spices, beef dripping, dumpling and doughball mixes, Yorkshire pudding mixes and pancake and stuffing mixes.
In most cases, the animals readily ingested the doughball, but occasionally an animal refused or dropped the dose.
And so began an interesting adventure to investigate how big companies look after their customers' best interests, even if they are forgetful, totally careless and a bit of a doughball.
He's already been distanced for ever from his namesake, the doughball who once scored for fun for Brazil.
Then, working quickly, place a lump of the garlic butter in the centre of each doughball before wrapping the dough around it and making the balls as normal.
And isn't the fact that the Lib Dems' Charles Kennedy is having the same lukewarm impact on the electorate as Neil Kinnock once did because he's got RED hair, looks like a doughball, and is not very pretty either?
The lights are on, McDonalds wrappers containing a few cold fatty chips and dirty glasses are the norm but this week I found our half Labrador half doughball had sloped off into her bed with this small bijou sandal.
Wednesday Sam, the doughball dog, has to get an op next week.