Definition of Doughboys

1. Noun. (plural of doughboy) ¹



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Definition of Doughboys

1. doughboy [n] - See also: doughboy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doughboys

doucker
doucs
doudouk
doudouks
doufu
doufuhua
doufus
dough
dough-baked
dough-nut
doughball
doughbird
doughbirds
doughboy
doughboys (current term)
doughed
doughface
doughfaceism
doughfaces
doughier
doughiest
doughily
doughiness
doughing
doughless
doughlike
doughmaking
doughnut
doughnut-shaped

Literary usage of Doughboys

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1. S.O.S. America's Miracle in France by Isaac Frederick Marcosson (1919)
"V—Feeding the doughboys IN an office on the second floor of the historic barracks building at Tours which houses the Headquarters of the Services of Supply ..."

2. History of the 89th Division, U. S. A.: From Its Organization in 1917 by George H. English, War Society of the 89th Division (1920)
"The doughboys of the 178th Infantry Brigade. 89th Division, resting in trench near Beney during the St. ..."

3. King's Complete History of the World War ...: 1914-1918. Europe's War with by William C. King (1922)
"... American Marines and doughboys had arrived in sufficient numbers to rout them out and start them on the run back to the Rhine. ..."

4. Paris Days and London Nights by Alice Ziska Snyder, Milton Valentine Snyder (1921)
"... Half Irish but Admits Other Half is Mostly Holes and Bandages—Elsie Janis and doughboys—Melville Stone Criticizes Censorship—Big Bertha Again at Work. ..."

5. Paris Days and London Nights by Alice Ziska Snyder, Milton Valentine Snyder (1921)
"... the Front and by French Shrapnel from the Rear—doughboys at Cantigny Prepare for Battle by Throwing away All Their Personal Possessions—A French Almoner ..."

6. The Glory of the Coming: What Mine Eyes Have Seen of Americans in Action in by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb (1918)
"Here come the doughboys— Their pay is in arrears. To the swinging lilt of the air the column angled past where my cart was halted; and as it passed, ..."

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