Definition of Doughfaces

1. Noun. (plural of doughface) ¹



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Definition of Doughfaces

1. doughface [n] - See also: doughface

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doughfaces

doufu
doufuhua
doufus
dough
dough-baked
dough-nut
doughball
doughbird
doughbirds
doughboy
doughboys
doughed
doughface
doughfaceism
doughfaces (current term)
doughier
doughiest
doughily
doughiness
doughing
doughless
doughlike
doughmaking
doughnut
doughnut-shaped
doughnut hole
doughnut holes
doughnutlike
doughnuts

Literary usage of Doughfaces

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1. Rev. Calvin Fairbank During Slavery Times: How He "fought the Good Fight" to by Calvin Fairbank (1890)
"He was against Mr. Webster, and poured out denunciation against the " doughfaces with their ears and eyes filled with cotton. ..."

2. An Epistle to Posterity: Being Rambling Recollections of Many Years of My Life by Mary Elizabeth Wilson Sherwood (1897)
"... Benton, and Clay —A Sight for Northern "doughfaces" —The 7th-of-March Speech—Chester Harding—Two Stories of Webster—President Tyler's Inauguration—State ..."

3. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"1850 Mr. Root avows his object in moving the Wilmot proviso to be (in his own peculiar language), " to smoke out the doughfaces on each side of the line. ..."

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