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  • n. A ball of dough, prepared as food or as fishing bait.


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  • There was one life form, called a "doughball," that was a non-differentiated multicellular organism that looked like a ball of dough, and rolled through the Venusian forest consuming all that it touched and growing until it was large enough, and then it would fission.

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  • With his ashen hair, sad eyes and slackening doughball jowls he has the look of Nixon during his exit throes.

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  • Just mixed the leaves with the doughball and make the parantha.

    Ending a craving « Salt and Pepper.

  • Was it Diana who had started with that roly-poly little doughball of hers?

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  • Checked my precious doughball again to see that it had only grown about another inch.

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  • It's like something died under the house and they mixed it into a doughball.

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  • Anglers also catching them on secret concoctions of doughball.

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  • Old hands say slices of doughball-quality white bread are "traditional," but Google says sliced bread was introduced in the 1930s, with Wonder Bread leading the way since 1921. - News

  • I know you're all just horripilating in anticipation of what this pasty right-wing doughball is gonna do next!

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  • If the doughball ingredients are measured in a glass cup with appears sticky or wet, like pancake batter, the markings clearly labeled on the side. sprinkle in flour, a Tbsp. at a time, until the Use Fresh Ingredients doughball appears smooth, round and dry, and circles nicely in the pan.

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