a decorative embellishment; trinket; bauble: a dress covered with doodads.
a gadget; device: a kitchen full of the latest doodads.
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How to use doodad in a sentence
Watts brings welcome humor to the metaphor, as he mimes picking his way nervously through the clutter with a flashlight, recognizing unloved doodads and forgotten heirlooms.Signature Theatre’s latest show is a ‘Jam’ to savor | Celia Wren | March 19, 2021 | Washington Post
You fool Irishman, go back down and try the thing; give the 'little doodad' a chance!The Hammer of Thor | Charles Willard Diffin
Got a little doodad out of his pocket; aneroid barometer, or something, he said it was.The Brain | Alexander Blade