It was something that the doughboys brought back with them.
And he says the roads are fairly choked with doughboys moving this way.
The Alhambra was filled with Tommies and doughboys on the night I went.
But what with driving hard work, the doughboys learned finally to land a dummy bomb so that it didn't disgrace them.
The doughboys didn't care whether she came back with her repertoire or on it.
Its main bierhalle made a corking dining room for the doughboys.
Poilus and doughboys did not go so far back for their subjects of conversation.
There was less than the length of a bayonet between them but the doughboys did credit to their brief training.
The doughboys did a good deal of eating at their own expense.
That came from an old lady who had some doughboys billeted in a barn next to the shed where she kept her sheep.
"U.S. soldier," 1864, American English, said to have been in oral use from 1854, or from the Mexican-American War (1847), it is perhaps from resemblance of big buttons on old uniforms to a sort of biscuit of that name (1680s), but there are various other conjectures.
United States infantry soldiers who served in World War I.
An infantry soldier; grunt, paddlefoot
[1867+; origin unknown; perhaps fr a resemblance between the buttons of the infantry uniform and doughboys, ''suet dumplings boiled in seawater,'' a term fr the British merchant marine]