adjective, dough·i·er, dough·i·est.
Related formsdough·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for doughy
His uniform was too tight and was wrapped around his doughy body like cellophane.
If convicted as charged, the doughy, bespectacled Chaney could get more than 120 years in prison.
The mass may be recognized by its dark hue and the doughy sensation to the touch.
Mother Corey shook his head, shaking the few hairs on his head and face, and the wrinkles in his doughy skin deepened.Police Your Planet|Lester del Rey
The former are doughy tumors of a more or less flattish form passing gradually into the surrounding healthy tissue.
The lymphatic glands are frequently inflamed and swollen, either hard or doughy, oedematous or congested.
Better take too long than not long enough, as doughy bread is most objectionable and unwholesome.Public School Domestic Science|Mrs. J. Hoodless