doughy


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dough·y

 (dō′ē)
adj. dough·i·er, dough·i·est
Having the consistency or appearance of dough.

dough′i·ness n.
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doughy

(ˈdəʊɪ)
adj, doughier or doughiest
(Cookery) resembling dough in consistency, colour, etc; soft, pallid, or flabby
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dough•y

(ˈdoʊ i)

adj. dough•i•er, dough•i•est.
resembling dough, as in being soft, pale, or flabby.
[1595–1605]
dough′i•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.doughy - having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cookingdoughy - having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cooking; "the cake fell; it's a doughy mess"
heavy - of comparatively great physical weight or density; "a heavy load"; "lead is a heavy metal"; "heavy mahogany furniture"
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Translations

doughy

[ˈdəʊɪ] ADJpastoso
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doughy

adj
consistencyzäh, teigig; (pej) breadklitschig, nicht durchgebacken
(pej) complexionkäsig
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doughy

[ˈdəʊɪ] adj (bread) → molliccio/a (fig) (complexion) → pallidino/a
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References in classic literature ?
This small pellet is, I presume, the black, doughy mass you spoke of.
On the palm were three little pyramids of black, doughy clay.
I can only describe it as a hash of soaked bread and bits of tobacco, brought to a doughy consistency by the united agency of perspiration and rain.
A pale, puffy-faced, dark-haired person of thirty, with big dark eyes that wholly wanted lustre, and a dissatisfied doughy complexion, that seemed to ask to be sent to the baker's, this attendant was a mysterious being, possessed of some strange power over Mr.
Many of these would be eager for news, and willing to give help and even scraps of queer meat, or crusts of grey and doughy bread, in return for it.
It leaves the rest of us with just one dilemma - which is the most odious out of doughy Hollywood and showy Summer?
Each pod is a mix of doughy, multigrain bread, including bean, quinoa, teff, and wheat flours, with creamy hummus filling.
Gee, thanks, Ben, and thanks, Jerry, for doing your part to create a nation of doughy boys, girls, and grownups.
The Yorkshire is light, doughy in places It's n't the Maya easiest thing to eat, but that doesn't really matter.
For dinner, a thin sausage, a handful of rice clamped together and doughy mashed potatoes.
Giant queues had formed earlier in the month at West Orchards Shopping Centre when the American doughnut juggernaut arrived in the city to hand out trays of free doughy treats.