Definition of "d'oh" [d'oh]

  • (interjection) Expresses frustration or anger, especially at one’s own stupidity.

Use "d'oh" in a sentence

  • "The real "d'oh!" moment for me was seeing this on another site and not realizing that was Susie until you spelled it out for me."
  • "Of course, I have to wait until Di gets home to get the card info, because, like a fool, I forgot to write it down ... d'oh."
  • "June 9th, 2009 LONDON - Homer Simpson's classical abuse 'd'oh' has been voted as a favourite catchphrase from a children's TV programme in a brand brand brand new poll."

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