3. done for a. tired, exhausted, played out. See - done (def. 2).
b. beaten, Inf. beat, Inf. done in, washed up, lost, finished; ruined, undone, broken, destroyed, dashed; defeated, foiled, frustrated, thwarted,
donkey, n. 1. ass, burro, dickey, Chiefly Scot. cuddy, Brit. SI. moke; jackass, jack, jenny, jennet; mule, hinny; beast of burden, pack or draft animal, Archaic, sumpter.
2. fool, dope, nincompoop; dunce, dolt, blockhead, knucklehead; oaf, boor, lout; idiot, simpleton, halfwit. See - ass (def. 2).
donor, n. giver, donator, grantor, contributor, benefactor, benefactress, supporter, backer, angel; fairy godmother.
do-nothing, n. 1. idler, faineant, loafer, drone, Inf. bum, sluggard, slugabed, lazybones; laggard, loiterer, lounger, lingerer, trifler, dawdler, dallier; day-dreamer, lotus-eater; shirker, goldbrick, SI. goof-off; good-for-nothing, ne'er-do-well, Fr. vaurien, worthless person.
-adj. 2. idle, faineant, lazy, slothful, sluggard, otiose, indolent; sluggish, laggard, slow-moving, torpid, lethargic; inactive, inert, passive, supine,
doom, n. 1. (all usu. of an adverse nature) fate, fortune, destiny, lot, cup, portion, die, Archaic. foredoom, Chiefly Scot. weird, Brit. Inf. cup of tea; karma, kismet, Obs. destin.
2. ruin, ruination, rack and ruin, destruction, dissolution, extinction, annihilation, bane; death, death knell, end, finish, terminus, quietus.
3. condemnation, damnation, guilty verdict; sentence, judgment, pronouncement, SI. rap.
-v.4. fate, ordain, destine. Rare, destinate; predetermine, predestine, preordain, foreordain, predecide, foredoom, Inf. have in store for.
5. condemn, damn, consign to damnation, sign [s.o.'s] death warrant; sentence, pass sentence,
doomed, adj. 1. destined, fated, ordained; predestined, foreordained, preordained, predetermined, predesigned.
2. damned, accursed, cursed, curse-laden; condemned, Brit. Dial, fey, anathematized, Archaic. maledict; bedeviled, bewitched, star-crossed, ill-fated, foredoomed.
3. ruined, wrecked, overwhelmed, crushed, undone, Inf. done for, destroyed; lost, washed up, wiped out; down the drain, gone to pot, shot, SI. kaput, Fr. fini, all over, finished, SI. have had it.
door, n. 1. opening, aperture, hatch, doorway, Fr. porte; trapdoor, hidden or secret door; gate, gateway, postern, portal; threshold, stile, turnstile, wicket; hall, hallway, passage, passageway, arcade, gangway, walkway, corridor, gallery; lobby, foyer, vestibule, anteroom, waiting room; anteporch, porch, portico.
2. entrance, entry, entryway, entrde, inlet, ingress; approach, ramp, drive, driveway, lane, adit; path, pathway, route, road, roadway, course, way, means,
doorkeeper, n. 1. porter, Inf. doorkeep, doorman, gatekeeper, ostiary; guard, turnkey, sentinel, sentry, watchman, warder, watchdog.
2. guardian, keeper, warden, conservator, caretaker, custodian, concierge, janitor.
dope, n. 1. paste, Inf. gook, SI. goop; glue, rubber cement, epoxy; lubricant, oil, grease.
2. narcotic, drug; Inf opiate, sedative, soporific, barbiturate, Inf down or downer; amphetamine, stimulant, Inf. up or upper, SI. speed; hallucinogen, psychedelic; marijuana, U.S. SI. Mary-Jane, SI. pot, SI. grass, SI. reefer, SI. weed.
3. Slang, news, word, story, data, facts, Inf. score, scoop, SI. deal; inside information, Inf. info, Inf.
My Account / Test History
2. That's spot on.
3. You've hit the nail on the head. / You've nailed it.
4. I suppose so. (use this when you agree, but you are not completely convinced)
5. I'm afraid you're right. (use this in response to bad news, to say the bad news is correct)