- dough used 8 times.
- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: Yes
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
(batsek, meaning "swelling," i.e., in fermentation). The dough the Israelites had prepared for baking was carried away by them out of Egypt in their kneading-troughs (Exodus 12:34, 39). In the process of baking, the dough had to be turned (Hosea 7:8).
DOUGH, noun Do. [G.] Paste of bread; a mass composed of flour or meal moistened and kneaded, but not baked.
My cake is dough that is, by undertaking has not come to maturity.
DOUGH-BAKED, adjective Unfinished; not hardened to perfection; soft.
DOUGH-KNEADED, adjective Soft; like dough.
DOUGH-NUT, noun [dough and nut.] A small roundish cake, made of flour, eggs and sugar, moistened with milk and boiled in lard.
DOUGHTINESS, noun Doutiness. [See Doughty.] Valor; bravery.
DOUGHTY, adjective Douty. [G., Latin See Decent.] Brave; valiant; eminent; noble; illustrious; as a doughty hero. It is now seldom used except in irony or burlesque.
DOUGHY, adjective Doy. Like dough; soft; yielding to pressure; pale.