doled out

ADJECTIVE
  1. given out in portions
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How To Use doled out In A Sentence

  • The money was doled out to them on a weekly basis.
  • These clues are doled out slowly, often in half-overheard conversations or in a furtive glance or gesture.
  • A dispensary room featured all the tablets and medicines which were once doled out to sheep, horses, dogs and cats.
  • He doled out a plateful to Jo, who looked at it for several minutes and then suddenly leapt from her chair and ran out of the room. TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS
  • The ample food is doled out from that which once was mine. THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
  • They will eventually be moved to a clean lab, where they will be doled out to researchers.
  • Sure, we cuddle our babies, and fondle our new lovers, but in every relationship there comes a point when kisses are perfunctory farewells and hugs are doled out sparingly.
  • I'd been greatly advantaged in life because my parents never doled out pity. SOMEBODY
  • Furthermore, the huge quantity of sleeping pills, sedatives and anti-depressants doled out each year to poor sleepers are a strain on the health budget.
  • The first crucifixion is being doled out to "Cynewulf," played by a 27 year-old electrical engineer from Flint, Michigan, whose crime is "ganking" (ripping off) new players as they first appear in game. - Boing Boing
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