Definition of Dawds

1. dawd [v] - See also: dawd



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dawds

dawah
dawbries
dawbry
dawcock
dawcocks
dawd
dawded
dawding
dawdle
dawdled
dawdler
dawdlers
dawdles
dawdling
dawdlingly
dawds (current term)
dawed
dawen
dawghtor
dawgs
dawing
dawings
dawish
dawk
dawks
dawn
dawn chorus
dawn horse
dawn of a new day
dawn on

Literary usage of Dawds

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1. Nine Specimens of English Dialects by Walter William ed Skeat (1896)
"... a beast lies backwards and cannot rise. [This probably refers to 1. 139 ; where, however, the text has Backwards.] A-dawds, in pieces ; To rive all a ..."

2. A General Dictionary of Provincialisms by William Holloway (1840)
"To thrive; to mend ; to recover. North. To DAW, va To rouse or awaken one DAW, adj. Doughy, under baked. North. from a sound sleep. North. dawds, s. Pieces. ..."

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