from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The state or condition of being doughy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being doughy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being doughy.
One pizza in particular left me with a bruised finger from pressing so hard on my knife just to cut through the doughiness of it.
This leisure class soon learned that, ironically, it had to fend off doughiness and ill health with the very physical activity it had managed to cast off.
This results in more gluten, and therefore more doughiness, more chewiness, rather than a more crumbly, tender crust.
I'm really starting to wonder if there's some correlation between "conservative" "doughiness" and latent homosexuality.
Okay this review is making me hungry and wanting to go get my decant of Farnesians, which I also describe as having a wonderful doughiness.
This cardboard-like quality makes Chocolate Greedy quite a bit like Compotoir Sud Pacifique's Amour de Cacao, which I have never been able to wear exactly because of its powdery, somewhat artificial, overly sweet and strangely tough doughiness.
The soft doughiness and spiciness might be a bit much.
Miss Hoag's eyelids, the flush receding before doughiness.
She had passed that stage in which a man regards his child with despair; she had passed out of slippery and evasive doughiness into a firm tangibility that made it some pleasure to hold her.
This whole way of viewing childhood, this regretful retrospect of its vanished joys, this infatuated apotheosis of doughiness and rank unfinish, this fearful looking-for of dread old age, is low, gross, material, utterly unworthy of a sublime manhood, utterly false to
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