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doughy

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adjective \ˈdō-ē\

Simple Definition of doughy

  • : not completely baked

  • : not hard or firm

  • : pale in color and unhealthy

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of doughy

doughier

doughiest

  1. :  resembling dough: as a :  not thoroughly baked <doughy bread> b :  unhealthily pale :  pasty <a doughy face>

Examples of doughy in a sentence

  1. High humidity can make your loaves turn out doughy.

  2. <she worried that her husband was very ill when she saw his doughy complexion>



1601

First Known Use of doughy

1601


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