Origin of doughnutdough + nut: so named from original nutlike shape
- A small ring-shaped cake made of rich, light dough that is fried in deep fat.
- Something whose form is reminiscent of a ring-shaped cake.
- A fast, tight 360° turn made in a motor vehicle or motorized boat.
Origin of doughnutdough earlier nut a small rounded cake or cookie ; see nut.
- A deep-fried piece of dough or batter, commonly of a toroidal (a ring doughnut) often mixed with various sweeteners and flavourings; or flattened sphere (a filled doughnut) shape filled with jam, custard or cream.
- Anything in the shape of a torus.
- (North America) A peel-out or skid mark in the shape of a circle; a 360-degree skid.
- A spare car tyre, usually stored in the boot, that is smaller than a full sized tyre and is only intended for temporary use.
- For someone like Gordon Ramsay, who simply loves his expletives, calling someone a doughnut, banana or donkey out of anger seems really tame…and just a little bit funny.
- Doughnut Sales: Krispy Kreme doughnuts are offered at a reduced price then are resold at full or increased prices.
- This can be a great way to generate revenue in a single day.To extend the fundraiser a little longer and have a chance to make even more money, you may also market doughnut coupons.
- Contact the local Krispy Kreme doughnut store, or other similar retailer, to inquire about fundraising programs for nonprofit organizations.
- If you're a fan of the show and Gordon Ramsay's you probably can't wait to hear him call someone a "donkey" or "doughnut".