Definition for doura (2 of 2)
or dou·ra, dou·rah
Origin of durra
Examples from the Web for doura
But the doura rises higher than the heads of the naked children who stand among it to watch you canter past.
He put out one lean, dark hand, and pulled at the heavily podded head of a doura plant.
Here and there the miniature forests of doura stood up almost still in the sunshine.
Close to the right of the front of Medinet-Abu there are trees covered with yellow flowers; beyond are fields of doura.
Giraffes and antelopes and ostriches are provided with the doura corn that grows in the interior.