Kind of like takin' away the doughnut and leavin' nothin' but the hole.
And I bet that girl never cooked a doughnut in her life or ever will.
By and by I thought of my doughnut, and inquired who was hungry.
"The fellow who wins gets the hole in the doughnut," returned Dave, gaily.
"He'd charge for the hole in the doughnut," came from his twin, with a grin.
Their folks is too lazy to fry a doughnut or put up pickles.
Then Coar's ships crashed through the shield and into the center of the doughnut.
He maneuvered laterally to keep the doughnut centered on the line of approach.
It means a doughnut, or a piece of pie, any time, at a moment's notice.
"I don't miss that doughnut at all, somehow," said Will as they sat at dinner.