- Reduplication of doo. (Wiktionary)
- Baby-talk doubling of do1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“She is lucky now cause she is sixty something and just keeps on rolling. .'doo-doo doo-doo ... 'ahh, you get the picture.”
“If this is the level of public discourse that a group composed largely of law professors can come up with, we are in deeper doo-doo than I thought.”
“Lest we were in any doubt as to the seven shades of doo-doo raining down on the Scotsman from the Villa faithful, ESPN kicked off its coverage by asking a chap from a Villa website how far away McLeish is from winning over the fans.”
“In Focus: Talking $#*! — and dodging doo-doo — with William Shatner”
“We all be in deep doo-doo if other progressive politicians followed this same tactic as many represent states & taxpayers (NY, NJ, CT, CA) that receive much less back from the federal government than taxes paid in.”
“It's 8:30 a.m. on a Tuesday, and Allison Manderino is in deep doo-doo.”
“Whether he did or he didn't, he's in deep doo-doo.”
“Whether he was or he wasn't, the goal stands and Arsenal are deep in the San Siro doo-doo.42 min: Bacary Sagna comes to the rescue as Milan threaten to increase their lead, courtesy of Ibrahimovic who tries to dart in again to get on the end of a whipped Boateng cross.”
“Mitt Romney stepped in doo-doo deeper than Nietzsche's private letters to Wittgenstein when he bet Rick Perry $10,000 in a recent debate, demonstrating the same kind of connection to the middle class that a ceramic Portuguese tie clip in the shape of a crouching gargoyle has to squid fishing.”
“Edwards 'political career is over, and it's uncomfortable when one of your political heroes steps in the doo-doo.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘doo-doo’.
Exactly reduplicated words connected by a hyphen.
words that have to do with the sewers and the stuff that goes into them can be as gross as you like but stay on the topic of pipes poop and piles of sludge animals found in there are also welcome
Words from a 2007 'St. Trinian's' film.
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