Pronunciation of Dough
/dˈə͡ʊ/, /dˈəʊ/, /d_ˈəʊ/
Synonyms for dough:
Other synonyms and related words:
jack, mark, staff of life, green, abrasion, colewort, gelt, long green, profits, newmarket, Brassica Oleracea Acephala, poppyseed, lettuce, michigan, cabbage, breadstuff, net, net profit, chip, unleavened, prize, dinero, carbohydrate, pulp, sugar, chicago, borecole, pillage, pelf, moola, kale, mixture, start, wampumpeag, chou, leaven, popsicle, bake, cacography, dirty money, peag, simoleons, lolly, legal tender, rise, saccharide, shekels, prove, net income, mazuma, brass, buck, pile, mush, batter, coin, dent, Boodle, bakery, booty, earnings, Brassica Oleracea, clams, cultivated cabbage, plunder, leavened.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
crumb, bagel, raisin bread, waffle, bun, flapjack, baguette, donut, hard roll, corn bread, yeast, bread, whole grain bread, flour, whole wheat bread, croutons, brown bread, loaf, zwieback, taco, white-bread, biscuit, scone, rye bread, crust, muffin, pancake, sweet bun, pumpernickel, toast, tortilla, bread-stick, griddlecake, banana bread, pita bread, sliced bread, roll, cracker, croissant, sweet roll, breakfast roll, dumpling, rusk.
gross, loot, treasure, greenback, assets, dinero, gold, clams, scratch, petty cash, cabbage, moola, legal tender, lucre, change, capital, moolah, nugget, copper, wampum, receipts, fortune, coin, spending money, wallet, coinage, bond, profit, pocket money, pounds, income, money, wad, wealth, coupon, ingot, purse, balance sheet, check, worth, pile, ways and means, lettuce, issue, sterling, stock, swag, silver, note, net worth, bread, cash, proceeds, money order, bankroll, currency, draft, wherewithal, bank note, bill, funds, bullion, Boodle, dollar, promissory note, iou.
wealth, pile, long green.
Usage examples for dough:
- It might be well for some man to work the dough down a little before she runs over the pan. - "The Tinder-Box", Maria Thompson Daviess.
- Well, sir, it may be as you say, dough I t'ink that in our Dutch Bibles, it stands as Joseph served for Potiphar- but you know what I mean, Mr. Littlepage. - "Satanstoe", James Fenimore Cooper.