Definition of Chawdron

1. n. Entrails.



Definition of Chawdron

1. Noun. (obsolete) entrails ¹

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Definition of Chawdron

1. the entrails of an animal [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chawdron

chavicyl
chavish
chavs
chavtastic
chavtastically
chavvier
chavviest
chavviness
chavvish
chavvy
chaw
chawarma
chawarmas
chawbacon
chawbacons
chawdron (current term)
chawdrons
chawed
chawer
chawers
chawing
chawnce
chaws
chay
chaya
chayas
chayesite
chayote
chayotes
chayroot

Literary usage of Chawdron

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"The "chawdron" used by Shakspeare in the witches' scene in Macbeth may be synonymous. The term is applied to the edible entrails of the pig, ox, and sheep, ..."

2. The Observer: Being a Collection of Moral, Literary and Familiar Essays by Richard Cumberland (1788)
"... Add thereto a tyger's chawdron '' For th' ingredients of our cauldron. " All. Double, double, toil and trouble, " Fire burn and cauldron bubble ! ..."

3. The Observer by Richard Cumberland (1822)
"... of birth-strangled habe Ditch deliver'd of a drab, Make the gruel thick and slab ; Add thereto a tiger's chawdron For the' ingredients of our cauldron. ..."

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