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Doughty

Dough´ty   Pronunciation: dou´tŷ
a.1.Able; strong; valiant; redoubtable; as, a doughty hero.
Sir Thopas wex [grew] a doughty swain.
- Chaucer.
Doughty families, hugging old musty quarrels to their hearts, buffet each other from generation to generation.
- Motley.
Adj.1.doughty - resolute and without fear
Synonyms: hardy, fearless
fearless, hardy, manful, manlike, manly
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doughnut-shaped
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Douglas Engelbart
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