Examples of doughy in a Sentence
High humidity can make your loaves turn out doughy.
she worried that her husband was very ill when she saw his doughy complexion
Recent Examples of doughy from the Web
The piece de resistance was a golden popover served warm from the oven, crisp outside and doughy inside.
These satisfying specimens are about golf-ball size, with crispy edges and a doughy interior.
The 6-7 Martin isn’t the doughy 235-pounder of a few years ago.
The orecchiette is a little thick and doughy, but that didn’t stop me from shoveling them into my pasta hole like a garbage truck swallowing a holiday weekend’s worth of waste.
These little bites of deliciousness are just the right amount of cheesiness, slightly doughy, with a bit of a gnocchi-like texture.
To get into the spirit, order a ginger beer and rock shrimp fritters, fried balls of doughy goodness specked with bell pepper and spices that come steaming hot with a side of spicy mayo.
View 80 Photos Despite being only 0.1 inch lower, 1.1 inches wider, and 0.7 inch longer, the Portofino’s look is light-years beyond the California’s tall, narrow, and somewhat doughy appearance.
Kim Jong Un is a doughy man with an odd haircut and a cartoon villain’s face.
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First Known Use of doughy
DOUGHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doughy for English Language Learners
: not completely baked
: not hard or firm
: pale in color and unhealthy
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