Definition of doughtiness in English:

doughtiness

noun

archaic, humorous
  • See doughty

    • ‘As Aufidius, leader of the Volscians, he comes up with a nicely judged blend of doughtiness and perfidy, and the others give well-spoken, dependable, British supporting performances, unspectacular but resonant.’
    • ‘The following day a reporter from The Southwark Crier called at the shop, for news of Maisie's doughtiness had spread.’
    • ‘I had hopes that she, a campaigning journalist, would develop her twin strains of doughtiness and dottiness and become a thorn in the flesh.’