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- adj. Imperfectly baked.
- adj. Not brought to perfection; unfinished.
- adj. dull-witted
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Imperfectly baked; hence, not brought to perfection; unfinished; also, of weak or dull understanding.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Imperfectly baked; unfinished; half-done; soft; hence, imperfect; deficient, especially intellectually.
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But as to your milksops, your dough-baked lovers, who stay at home and strut among the women, when glory is to be gained in the martial field; I despise them with all my heart.
The devil take thee for an insensible dough-baked varlet!
And the Lutherans, who, by a dough-baked reformation, striking off from the Romish errors, have rather changed than corrected this grand absurdity, they assert a consubstantiation, and the consequent of it, the ubiquity of Christ's human nature.
A party of dough-baked democrats of fortune were weary of being dissevered from their fellow rich men.
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