American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Variant of doughnut.
- n. North America A deep-fried piece of dough or batter, commonly made in a toroidal or ellipsoidal shape, and mixed with various sweeteners and flavors, sometimes filled with jelly, custard or cream.
- n. North America Anything in the shape of a torus
- n. North America, automobile a peel-out or skid-mark in the shape of donut; a 360-degree skid.
- n. North America A spare tire, smaller than a full sized tire and is only intended for temporary use.
- n. A toroidal cushion typically used by hemorrhoid patients.
- n. a small ring-shaped friedcake
- Alteration of doughnut, from dough + nut. (Wiktionary)
“If one donut is all you really want, you might want to stop into your local Krispy Kreme shop today (Jan 20th) because they are giving out one free donut to every customer in honor of Inauguration Day!”
“Krispy Kreme donuts are almost too sweet for me to eat more than one at a time, but when that one donut is still hot from the fryer and freshly glazed, it is simply delicious.”
“XXXAngel ChopsXXX The bit about the about the donut is wrong.”
“Hoops around a tube within a donut, is there an easier way to describe this magnificent piece?”
“Off to buy a donut from a local bakery … talk amongst yourselves in the meantime.”
“The donut is the unifying principle underlying everything (hmmm, makes one wonder if there is a tie-in to the new Simpsons movie).”
“Bull shit bush on CNN babbling from a dunkin donut factory about his imigration crap.”
“The worst is freakin donut holes … you convince yourself it’s less fattening because they’re small.”
“The crispy red-bean donut is inhumanly good, but don’t expect to get any work done for the rest of the day after eating one”
“The Affordable Care Act strengthens Medicare by ensuring people on Medicare have access to preventive care through cost-free preventive screenings and by closing the coverage gap known as the "donut hole.”
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What makes a donut? Deep-fried, sweetish dough. Hole not required.
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