jelly doughnut


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jel′ly dough`nut


n.
a raised doughnut filled with jelly and often sprinkled with powdered sugar.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jelly doughnut - a raised doughnut filled with jelly or jamjelly doughnut - a raised doughnut filled with jelly or jam
raised doughnut - a doughnut made light with yeast rather than baking powder
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A cross section of the whale looked like a jelly doughnut -- with very thick fat all around it, and a bloody red center, with organs and dark muscle.
Researchers have determined the now-infamous Martian rock resembling a jelly doughnut, dubbed Pinnacle Island, is a piece of a larger rock broken and moved by the wheel of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity in early January.
15 ( ANI ): Researchers have determined that the now-infamous Martian rock resembling a jelly doughnut, dubbed Pinnacle Island, is a piece of a larger rock that was broken and moved by the wheel of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity in early January.
14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Researchers have determined the now-infamous Martian rock resembling a jelly doughnut, dubbed Pinnacle Island, is a piece of a larger rock broken and moved by the wheel of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity in early January.
It's about the size of a jelly doughnut," Squyres told Discovery News.
A mysterious looking rock appeared right in front of NASA's Mars Opportunity Rover which reportedly appears like a jelly doughnut.
In Berlin, a jelly doughnut is not called a Berliner.
I want people to look at my jelly doughnuts and say, 'Oh, there's a jelly doughnut.
I think that was because inside the image of that pathetic fat guy in that photo was a champion and a kind of shadow warrior for the noble causes, even if that my shadow warrior was trapped inside a great big jelly doughnut, at the time that photograph was taken.
This common term is used to describe a problem in or around the jelly doughnut discs mentioned above; these protect our spine and spinal column from injury and also allow us to move the spine freely.