View definitions for doled out
Settlements for those affected by the explosion were being slowly, but surely doled out.
The also doled out millions in no-bid contracts to her friends and husband.
How does it happen that a society or a culture suddenly decides that violence on the level doled out by ISIS is OK?
Instead, all four were doled out felony gang assault charges and sentences between three-and-a-half to eight years behind bars.
The deal was loudly denounced by a chorus of baseball writers who acted as if it was their money being doled out.
Guy doled out very carefully the £35 he had accumulated by the sale of his books.
This man had charge of the storehouse, and doled out each morning the provisions for the day.
Not long after only a single pound was doled out once a week, and by the end of the month the supply entirely gave out.
Three days' rations for the men were distributed, and half rations of grain for one day were doled out for the horses.
Under slavery, the slaves made wealth for their masters and were doled out food enough to keep them alive.
On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to doled out, such as: appropriated, assigned, dispersed, scattered, shared, and allocated.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.