Definition of Courd

1. covered [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Courd

courant
courante
courantes
couranto
courantoes
courantos
courants
courb
courbaril
courbaril copal
courbed
courbette
courbettes
courbing
courbs
courd (current term)
coure
coured
coures
coureur de bois
coureurs de bois
courgette
courgettes
courier
couriered
couriering
couriers
couring
courlan
courlans

Literary usage of Courd

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1. Twenty-two Years' Work of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute at by Hampton Institute (1893)
"My father objected to my teaching, so, as I could not go by my own dictates, I settled the question by marrying a young farmer, Mr. BJ courd. ..."

2. The book of the Axe: Containing a Piscatorial Description of that Stream and by George Philip Rigney Pulman (1875)
"They told me it was built many years ago by one courd, once a poor sailor, who, ... courd, upon his return, digging there, luckily found the golden mine, ..."

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