dough

Synonyms and related words:
albumen, batter, blubber, blunt, bonnyclabber, boodle, brass, bread, breeze, bucks, butter, cabbage, cash, chips, clabber, clay, coin, cornstarch, cream, curd, currency, cushion, dinero, down, egg white, eiderdown, feather bed, feathers, fleece, floss, flue, fluff, foam, gaum, gel, gelatin, gelt, gilt, glair, glop, glue, gluten, goo, gook, goop, grease, green, green stuff, greenbacks, gruel, gumbo, gunk, jack, jam, jell, jelly, kale, kapok, legal tender, loblolly, mazuma, molasses, moolah, mopus, mucilage, mucus, oil of palms, ointment, oof, ooftish, pap, paste, pillow, plush, porridge, pudding, puff, pulp, puree, putty, rhino, rob, rocks, rubber, satin, scratch, semifluid, semiliquid, shekels, silk, simoleons, size, soup, spondulics, starch, sticky mess, sugar, swansdown, syrup, the needful, thistledown, tin, treacle, velvet, wampum, wax, wool, zephyr

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • dough — dough·er·ty; dough; dough·i·ness; dough·nut; dough·ti·ly; dough·ti·ness; dough·ty; …   English syllables

  • dough — [dəʊ ǁ doʊ] noun [uncountable] informal money: • He made a huge pile of dough working for an investment bank. * * * dough UK US /dəʊ/ noun [U] INFORMAL ► money: »He says he can make a lot of d …   Financial and business terms

  • Dough — Dough, n. [OE. dagh, dogh, dow, AS. d[=a]h; akin to D. deeg, G. teig, Icel. deig, Sw. deg, Dan. deig, Goth. daigs; also, to Goth. deigan to knead, L. fingere to form, shape, Skr. dih to smear; cf. Gr. ? wall, ? to touch, handle. ?. Cf. {Feign},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dough — dough, batter, paste are quasi synonyms often confused in their modern cookery senses. All denote a mixture of flour, liquid, salt, and supplementary ingredients, but each suggests a difference both in consistency as a result of the variety and… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • dough|y — «DOH ee», adjective, dough|i|er, dough|i|est. of or like dough; soft and thick; pale and flabby …   Useful english dictionary

  • dough — O.E. dag dough, from P.Gmc. *daigaz something kneaded (Cf. O.N. deig, Swed. deg, M.Du. deech, Du. deeg, O.H.G. teic, Ger. Teig, Goth. daigs dough ), from PIE *dheigh to build, to form, to knead (Cf. Skt …   Etymology dictionary

  • dough — [dəu US dou] n [: Old English; Origin: dag] 1.) [singular, U] a mixture of flour and water ready to be baked into bread, ↑pastry etc 2.) [U] informal money …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dough — [ dou ] noun 1. ) count or uncount a mixture of flour, water, SHORTENING, etc. that is baked to make bread or PASTRY 2. ) uncount INFORMAL money …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • dough — [n] money beans*, boodle*, bread*, bucks*, cabbage*, cash, change, chips, clams*, coin, coinage, cold cash, currency, dinero, funds, greenback*, hard cash*, legal tender, lettuce*, loot, moola, pesos*, wealth; concept 340 …   New thesaurus

  • dough — ► NOUN 1) a thick mixture of flour and liquid, for baking into bread or pastry. 2) informal money. DERIVATIVES doughy adjective (doughier, doughiest) . ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • dough — [dō] n. [ME < OE dag, akin to Goth daigs, Ger teig < IE base * dheiĝh , to knead, form > Gr teichos, wall, L fingere, to form] 1. a mixture of flour, liquid, leavening, and other ingredients, worked into a soft, thick mass for baking… …   English World dictionary

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