Definition of Chode

1. Verb. (archaic) (simple past of chide) ¹



2. Noun. (neologism vulgar) (alternative spelling of choad) ¹

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Definition of Chode

1. chide [v] - See also: chide

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chode

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chocolatey
chocolatier
chocolatiers
chocolaty
chocolo
chocolos
chocophile
chocophiles
chocos
chocs
choctaws
chodas
chodder
chode (current term)
chodes
chods
choenix
choenixes
chog
chogs
chogset
chogsets
choice
choice behaviour
choice morsel
choice of words
choice theory
choiceful

Literary usage of Chode

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1. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, John Graham Cordery (1871)
"But all who slacken'd to the pains of war, Them with rebuke he chode and wrathful spake : " Feel ye no shame ? O ye to evil doom'd, ..."

2. History of the European Languages: Or, Researches Into the Affinities of the by Alexander Murray (1823)
"... chode, for GODE or GAET, a going, a movement; PRO-chode, for FORE-GAED, progress, going forth ; VEI-chode, going away or out; ..."

3. A Companion to English Grammars by John Foster (1898)
""chode" is used frequently in the English Bible as the past tense of chide, as, ... The people chode with Moses." " Clomb"—Both Milton and Coleridge use ..."

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