Definition of Crawdads

1. Noun. (plural of crawdad) ¹



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Definition of Crawdads

1. crawdad [n] - See also: crawdad

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crawdads

cravens
craver
cravers
craves
cravest
craveth
craving
cravingly
cravingness
cravings
craw
craw-craw
crawdad
crawdaddies
crawdaddy
crawdads (current term)
crawfish
crawfish out
crawfished
crawfishes
crawfishing
crawfordite
crawk
crawked
crawking
crawks
crawl
crawl in
crawl space
crawl spaces

Literary usage of Crawdads

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Mary Jane Down South by Clara Ingram Judson (1919)
"And it really was funny to see those wiggling little crawdads squirm themselves out of sight in the sand in such a jiffy! Just a wiggle, wiggle, ..."

2. Woodland Idyls by Willis Stanley Blatchley (1912)
"The one which was fishing for "crawdads" heard and on the instant acted. Glancing quickly up and around it too saw me just behind it and with a cackle of ..."

3. The Kid Has Gone to the Colors: And Other Verse by William Herschell (1917)
"The crawdads, they said, were sea monsters Instead of diminutives frail; The sunfish that scooted to safety They called "Old man ..."

4. Adventure Guide to the Florida Keys and Everglades National Park by Bruce Morris (2004)
"This smorgasbord of delights doesn't come cheap, but your $22.50 gets as much shrimp, crab legs, yellowtail, oysters and crawdads as you can eat. ..."

5. Costa Rica Alive! by Bruce Morris (2002)
"... lobster and langostinos (small, lobster-like crustaceans similar to crawdads) are wonderful, but usually expensive. Beef is not normally grain-fed, ..."

6. Take It to Your Seat Writing Centers, Grades 5-6 by Sandi Johnson (2005)
"After school, I would catch crawdads for Grandpa. He would beam with pride when my bucket was full. He would tell his buddies that his granddaughter's ..."

7. Mary Jane Down South by Clara Ingram Judson (1919)
"And it really was funny to see those wiggling little crawdads squirm themselves out of sight in the sand in such a jiffy! Just a wiggle, wiggle, ..."

8. Woodland Idyls by Willis Stanley Blatchley (1912)
"The one which was fishing for "crawdads" heard and on the instant acted. Glancing quickly up and around it too saw me just behind it and with a cackle of ..."

9. The Kid Has Gone to the Colors: And Other Verse by William Herschell (1917)
"The crawdads, they said, were sea monsters Instead of diminutives frail; The sunfish that scooted to safety They called "Old man ..."

10. Adventure Guide to the Florida Keys and Everglades National Park by Bruce Morris (2004)
"This smorgasbord of delights doesn't come cheap, but your $22.50 gets as much shrimp, crab legs, yellowtail, oysters and crawdads as you can eat. ..."

11. Costa Rica Alive! by Bruce Morris (2002)
"... lobster and langostinos (small, lobster-like crustaceans similar to crawdads) are wonderful, but usually expensive. Beef is not normally grain-fed, ..."

12. Take It to Your Seat Writing Centers, Grades 5-6 by Sandi Johnson (2005)
"After school, I would catch crawdads for Grandpa. He would beam with pride when my bucket was full. He would tell his buddies that his granddaughter's ..."

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