Definition of Corders

1. corder [n] - See also: corder



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corders

cordate pelvis
cordately
cordebec
cordebeck
cordebecks
cordebecs
cordectomies
cordectomy
corded
cordelle
cordelled
cordelles
cordelling
corder
corderoite
corders (current term)
cordial
cordial reception
cordialities
cordiality
cordialize
cordialized
cordializes
cordializing
cordially
cordialness
cordialnesses
cordials

Literary usage of Corders

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1. A Digest of the Ordinances of the Corporation of the City of Philadelphia by Philadelphia (Pa.), John Cole Lowber, Clement S. Miller (1822)
"Dimensions of a cord 1 Length of wood and mean computation of the cord, 2 corders not to purchase to sell again, 2 Penalties for violations. 3 ORDINANCES. ..."

2. History of Philadelphia, 1609-1884 by John Thomas Scharf, Thompson Westcott (1884)
"There had" been some complaint of the mismanagement of the wood-corders who occupied the city wharves, most of whom carried on the business of receiving and ..."

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