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.