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noun as in sweet ring-shaped fried cake

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When I finally left the doughnut job in 2009, I left the industry entirely — not because I wanted another career, but because I couldn’t see a path to a sustainable, balanced life in food.

From Eater

Amsterdam’s ambition is to bring all 872,000 residents inside the doughnut, ensuring everyone has access to a good quality of life, but without putting more pressure on the planet than is sustainable.

From Time

Cake doughnuts come three to an order, glazed in chocolate and jazzed up with sprinkles.

Wanting to get more details, Krans told officials a “BS story” and then offered to cover a doughnut bill for the recorder’s office in Pioche, Nevada.

The costs for such PCR “gold standard” testing come to about $5 to $15 per pooled test, or that of a cup of coffee and a few doughnuts.

And the ACA fixes what was the biggest problem created by Part D, the so-called doughnut hole in prescription drug coverage.

The other is a Jersey bruiser, with a (much-discussed) physique reminiscent of Tony Soprano after a doughnut bender.

“Pretty good thing,” says Lynch, biting into his doughnut, totally undisturbed.

Afterwards, in the green room, Lynch sits on a sofa and munches on a doughnut.

The Daily Pic: The crème brûlée "bismarck" from the Doughnut Plant is a great aesthetic creation.

There are doughnut holes and stocking holes and woodpecker holes and cheese holes.

Belatedly, Ruiz made radio contact with the doughnut, which was still well within range.

If you can't get it fixed in an hour or two, we'll have to try rolling Valier down to the doughnut.

In reverse order, this is the most comfortable berth in the doughnut's facilities, and you got here courtesy of one Johnny Ruiz.

"There won't be much of a dinner at home, anyway," said Nabby to Dolly, as she packed her basket with an extra doughnut or two.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to doughnut, such as: bun, pastry, cruller, danish, dunker, and sinker.

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