doughy

[ doh-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF doughy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOUGHY

This small pellet is, I presume, the black, doughy mass you spoke of.

On the palm were three little pyramids of black, doughy clay.

His face had the doughy look of one whose sleep has been brief and feverish.

Most little cupids are just doughy duplicates of each other.

Behind him rose the round, doughy visage of his wife, blank with awe.

The consistence of the brain I cannot describe better than by saying, it was doughy.

It was nearly as large as a hen's egg, and had a soft, doughy feel.

Only I'll so hate to have you do it, sweetheart—it's so messy and doughy!

In reality they were watching the doughy countenance before him.

He plunged his doughy hand into his pocket, and pulled out a roll of bills.

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