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n. - A unit of pain intensity.

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  • The dol of cancer patients is unimaginable.
  • It's called Men-dol, which is an atrocious word and reminds me too much of Midol.
  • And it still deals only in dol¬≠lars.
  • April 10, 2005Tracked on del.icio.us dol.lar.signs
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  • He felt "dull" (not clear; stupid) and surprisingly "dol" (a measure of the degree of pain) about being on the "dole" (unemployment compensation), and thus not having enough money to buy the "doll" (a toy figure resembling a person) for his daughter.
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