What is another word for douche?

240 synonyms found


[ dˈuːʃ], [ dˈuːʃ], [ d_ˈuː_ʃ]

Douche is a slang term that's generally considered to be vulgar and offensive. It's often used to describe someone who's arrogant, obnoxious, or generally unpleasant to be around. If you're looking for some synonyms for this word, there are a few options that might be a bit more appropriate for polite company. Some options include "jerk," "idiot," "asshole," "tool," "moron," "prick," "dweeb," and "numbskull." Each of these words conveys a similar meaning to "douche," but without the same level of vulgarity. So if you're looking for a more polite way to describe someone who's getting on your nerves, one of these words might be a good place to start.

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What are the hypernyms for Douche?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    feminine hygiene product, water spray, Vaginal douche, Care product, Hygiene implement, Intimate wash.

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Usage examples for Douche

Then it was that suddenly, in the heart of that warm and cosy drawing-room, Hugh Seymour was, sharply, as though by a douche of cold water, awakened to the fact that he must see Clinton St. Mary again.
"The Golden Scarecrow"
Hugh Walpole
Suddenly, however, Aline's own words damped the prospect as with a douche of cold water.
"The Heather-Moon"
C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
douche baths of carbonic acid gas are employed.
"The South of France--East Half"
Charles Bertram Black

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