doodad doodad  /ˈdu ˌdæd/


  • (n) something unspecified whose name is either forgotten or not known


  1. Plug this amazing doodad into your cable box, and it will stream video directly to your laptop and even to your mobile phone, so you can catch House when you're not at home.
  2. But the Roth IRA is in a class of its own: the most hyped investor doodad for Everyman since mutual funds.
  3. The dcor is dashingglass bricks instead of windows, great expanses of mirror, an occasional ultramodern doodad.


  • Company Profile for DOODAD

    --(BUSINESS WIRE)--We rely upon our data for a lot of things. Business, getting directions, finding where to eat, and staying in touch with the people who matter. So we found it odd that when traveling internationally, data was complicated, inaccessible, or really really expensive. So we started DOODAD, a simple, affordable, headache-free way to get international data all over the world. DOODAD ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Business Wire


  • Futurist Bruce Sterling told CNN Money, "Basically, you've given everyone a little radio-frequency doodad that silently declares 'Hey, I'ma foreigner. If nobody bothers to listen, great. If people figure out they can listen to passport IDs, there...
    on Aug 20, 2006 By: Bruce Sterling Source:

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