- (of champagne) very sweet.
Origin of doux
1940–45; < French < Latin dulcis savory, sweet
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Examples from the Web for doux
Doux enters into domestic consumption in quite remarkable ways.Two Years in the French West Indies
Doux is not more doux than toux and the other monosyllables of the same tone.Decadence and Other Essays on the Culture of Ideas
Remy de Gourmont
He said it should be "Noir comme le diable, chaud comme l'enfer, pur comme un ange, doux comme l'amour."All About Coffee
William H. Ukers
Thinking of her, it is a difficult endeavour to be doux envers la mort, as Bossuet said after Henrietta Marias death.The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6
Augustus J. C. Hare
His political drawings for the Figaro were republished in book form under the title of Doux Pays.