The acknowledgement of an accusation, or a point made by someone you consider to be a douche bag.
Accented E: pronounced dew/shay
Teacher: "It's no wonder that we don't communicate, when your grammar is incomprehensible."
Acknowledging a person's comeback while adding that they are a douche.
(Combination of Douche and Touché.)
Person 1: Hey! I got a B+ on my exam!
Person 2: Dude, I got an A.
Person 1: Douché...
(doo-SHEY) an expression used for acknowledging a telling remark or rejoinder while simultaneously acknowledging that the person who said the remark is a douche for saying it.
Jim: I should've walked further to get to that restaurant.
Bob: Actually, you mean to say you should have walked "farther" to get to that restaruant.
A French douche bag.
"Hahaha you are such a punk douché Pierre."
"Vont te tuer! Arrêtez de me taquiner à cause de mon héritage français!"
"Hahaha wut? See that is what I mean you are such a douché."
"Est-ce là le seul mot que vous savez comment dire, connard?!"
"Just shut up and eat your lunch, Pierre."
A variation of the well known word in pop culture "touché". While "touché" is used in popular culture and general conversation — for example, in an argument or debate — to congratulate someone on a clever response to an argument, "douché" is used when the person you're arguing with or debating thinks they made a meaningful and clever response, but they really just said something that made them sound like a douchebag and didn't bolster their position at all.
Douchebag: Something else (where 'something else' just makes them sound like a douchebag)
You: Ah... douché!
A portmanteau of "touché" and "douche." When a person delivers a clever and cutting remark in response to another person's argument, the latter may respond with "Douché!" as acknowledgment of a good yet decidedly douchey response.
Dean: Where did I go wrong? How is my own brother drinking demon blood without me noticing?
Sam: Maybe if you stopped crying at every scenic road, you'd have noticed.
Dean: ... Douché.
A term to be used in place of "touché", when an individual makes a good point but is a total asshat about it.
"The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776."
"According to Wikipedia, it was signed on August 2, 1776. Wow, I can't believe you didn't know that...."