Dough and doe are what kind of words?
I believe that they are called Homonyms; words that sound the same, but spelled differently and have different meanings.
A homonym for doe is dough.
Doe for deer and dough for bread. Dough and doe
well since the key word is Dough and Dough is similar to Doe then you can use words like Hoe So low Co blow throw etc....
doe a female deer
dough - a slang term for money Dough can also be the name for a mixture of flour, butter, salt , sugar that is baked to make cookies or other baked goods. doe - a female deer
weddo, wet-oh, wedo, wedd-oh, who-eh-doe, weh-dough, weh-doe
Yeast makes dough rise.
Homophones for Doe are Dough which means flour and do which is the note when u sing do re mi fa so la ti do and that is it.
The word is spelled dough, just as you spelled it. Dough is what makes bread. It is also slang for money. Mom kneaded the dough to make bread. John boasted about the dough he'd made at the flea market. Dough is also a sound-alike word for doe, a female deer.
Mix flour, chocolate, sugar and butter to make cookie dough.
dough, doe bury, berry
DOUGH! So go no low foe toe bow hoe Joe Moe know Poe Quo row sew woe Yo Zoe
it depends what kind of pizza dough but other than that yes
Doe. A Deer. A female Deer.
well if you mean play dough not play doe unless you have manufactured a young female deer for children to play with anyways to answer your question silly putty is strechy bouncy and you can mould it however with play dough it is not stretchy and not boucy but is much better for making sculpters etc.
Pizza dough...and i am not kidding. Alot of places have their own special recipies for pizza dough. A basic bread dough can be used in its place.
No, it is a long U (long OO) sound. A long O would be doe or dough. Do rhymes with OO words such as coo, moo, and zoo.
Could you give examples of the words word that have the same pronunciation but different meaning and spelling?
Bored - board; bore - boar; moor - more; sow - sew; doe - dough.
A doe is the female of the smaller deer species, a buck is the male.
Female Rabbits are often referred to as Does. Doe, pronounced 'dough' in the same way as a female deer
crow, low, mow, doe, dough, row, toe, show, grow, you, do, to, and, did, how, who, does, with, each with 1 syllable.
Basic dough is made with flour, water, yeast, sugar and salt. The measurement and added ingredients differ with what kind of dough you want to make.
Doe, sow, tow, toe, mow, woe, row, sew, dough, low, so, crow, bow, go, snow, flow,
deer (A female deer)
The words "snow" and "glow" do indeed rhyme. They also rhyme with these other words: bow (as in bow and arrow) doe (as in deer) dough flow go hoe (gardening) low no row sew so tow
-It contains dough and sugar.
It will last up to 5 weeks without going rotten. It also depends what kind of dough it is, but sweet dough will last up to 4-5 weeks!
Wear-Where Hear-Here Two-Too-To Won-One Plain-Plane Reign-Rain Sore-Saw-Soar Blue-Blew Ate-Eight Doe-Dough
it all depends on the dough + kind +ingredients
the good kind
I don't know if there's a good answer for that question. It's just one of the peculiarities of the English language. - dough = doe. cough = coff. rough = ruff. tough = tuff. It's all a bit weird. Our teacher used to tell us that there were certain words that followed no rules, we'd just have to learn them 'by heart' i.e. memorise them.
Yes it depends what kind , if you made it at home then yes but i don't suggest putting the play dough you buy at the store to put in the freezer
Dough of any kind is kneaded to work up gluten, which makes the baked product chewy. Biscuit dough is kneaded very slightly to form a tender biscuit with a crumb that is more flaky than chewy.
pâte à frire is a kind of dough that you fry or deep fry
its kind of tough, and... bad LOOKING
Not an animal; a bacteria commonly called 'yeast'.
Hollow as in a hollow space or cave is 空洞 (kuudou) which is pronounced like koo (like the "Koo" in "Kool-Aid") and doe (like the deer or "dough").
animal words with homonyms: * deer- dear * bear - bare * bee - be * ant - aunt * horse - hoarse * hare - hair * moose - mousse * doe - dough * tick - tic * fowl (bird) - foul * whale - wail * The first word in each pair is an animal.
Doe, a deer, a female deer- named Faline.
Ravioli originated in Italy during or before the 14th century. Ravioli is a kind of dumpling since they are cooked balls of dough. It consists of a filling inside two layers of dough.
blow, flow, doe, snow, glow, know, toe, beau, dough, foe, go, grow, hoe, low, mow, no, roe, row, so, sow, slow, tow, whoa
Chocolate is one kind along with Starbucks coffee and play dough
Words with the long O sound include: broke cope cloak croak dough doe grow groan phone poke pole show snow soul smoke stroke toes vote woven yoke
go, flow, no, low, bow, crow, grow, mow, foe, hoe, Joe, roe, toe, sew, dough, beau, rho, so, throw, oh, pro, roe, show, slow, stow, whoa, yo, woe, row, crow, sow, tow, low, blow, glow, snow, doe, dough, do-do(as in the bird) tow, toe, low, flow, blow, stow, bestow, Morneaux, Beau, follow, tomorrow, glow, grow, wallow, throw, porno (lol) thousands of other words also rhyme with know. Know rhymes with: woe, row, crow, sow, tow… Read More
a 4 to 1 ratio of bread flour and cake flour
Crow Beau Doe Tow Toe Show Mow Row Snow Foe Know Dough Flow Slow blow stow although though hoe fo' sho' Low rhymes with bow, sow, throw, tow, pro, and flow. So, go, foe, mow flow show go no row throw so dough
It is a female deer Better known as a female deer, but also a female goat
Dough X Flour and water mixed together is a solution/ homogeneous mixture.
The flour mixture, also slang for money, is spelled dough, and rhymes with the term for a female dear, doe, and the first note of the musical scale, C, which is spelled do. The interjection, popularized by The Simpsons dad Homer, is spelled "D'oh!"