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Definition of Doughlike
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Literary usage of Doughlike
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1. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, Leonard Pearson (1916)
"Little, round, soft, doughlike swellings occur on the skin and may be scattered freely over the surface of the body when the horse is afflicted with ..."
2. Special pathology and therapeutics of the diseases of domestic animals v. 2 by Ferenc Hutyra (1913)
"The consistency is more or less doughlike, and in the later stages crumbling like half-dried mortar. In birds amyloid liver is granular and brittle. ..."
3. Ten Months Among the Tents of the Tuski: With Incidents of an Arctic Boat by William Hulme Hooper (1853)
"... and, immediately previous to complete congelation, a thin bright fluid appears on the surface; the substance is then of a doughlike consistence, ..."
4. An Introduction to the Study of Chemistry by Ira Remsen (1909)
"That which was collected under water in Experiment 108 will be found to be soft and doughlike. It is amorphous. After a time it becomes brittle. ..."
5. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1907)
"When so treated they are devoid of the rubber-like springiness and rolled between the fingers become doughlike. When treated with a solution of iodine, ..."
6. Modern Surgery: General and Operative by John Chalmers Da Costa (1907)
"... pain and vomiting are late or even absent, and the doughlike mass of feces may be felt by rectal examination or by abdominal palpation. ..."
7. Lost Crops of Africa: Volume Ii: Vegetables by National Research Council (U. S.) (2006)
"What emerges is a doughlike material called kocho, which, like a great cheddar, keeps for months or years without spoiling. More than 20 foods—yogurts, ..."
8. An Elementary Study of Chemistry by William McPherson, William Edwards Henderson (1906)
"When boiling sulphur is poured into cold water it assumes a gummy, doughlike form, which is quite elastic. This can be seen in a very striking manner by ..."