Definition of Caudles

1. caudle [n] - See also: caudle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caudles

caudatum
caudectomies
caudectomy
caudex
caudexes
caudices
caudicle
caudicles
caudiform
caudillismo
caudillismos
caudillo
caudillos
caudle
caudled
caudles (current term)
caudling
caudocephalad
caudodorsal
caudodorsally
caudolateral
caudolaterally
caudolenticular
caudomedial
caudomedially
caudothalamic
caudovirales
caudron
caudrons
cauf

Literary usage of Caudles

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1. Manual of Determinative Mineralogy: With an Introduction on Blow-pipe Analysis by George Jarvis Brush (1882)
"Paraffine caudles give a higher heat, but they soften rn warm weather, and melt, and run down inconveniently. The common tallow candle may often suffice in ..."

2. A Handbook of chemical technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner, Rudolf Wagner, William Crookes (1877)
"These caudles have always been greatly prized for their transparent whiteness, high illuminating power, and regular burning ; and notwithstanding their ..."

3. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by Joseph Beaumont Wakeley (1858)
"... the old Parsonage — Wood — caudles— Letters—Postage — Washing—The Housekeeper—Asbury's Love of Order early developed — Singular Queries — Answers — Debt ..."

4. Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works by Henry Thomas Buckle (1872)
"In 1599, Nashe eays they may " weare caudles-ends in their hattes at Midsommer," and " washe their ..."

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