Definition of Dodders

1. Verb. (third-person singular of dodder) ¹



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Definition of Dodders

1. dodder [v] - See also: dodder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dodders

docusoap
docusoaps
docutainment
dodad
dodads
doddard
doddart
dodded
doddered
dodderer
dodderers
dodderier
doddering
dodderingly
dodders (current term)
doddery
doddier
doddies
doddiest
dodding
doddle
doddles
doddy
dodeca-
dodecadactylum
dodecadic
dodecadodecahedra
dodecadodecahedron
dodecadodecahedrons

Literary usage of Dodders

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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1908)
"Even the general aspect of the latter plants is such that an American or European seeing them for the first time instinctively regards them as dodders. ..."

2. Diseases of Cultivated Plants and Trees by George Massee (1915)
"The dodders (Cuscuta) come next in the order of parasitic evolution. The seeds, which contain a small amount of reserve material, germinate in the ground ..."

3. Diseases of Cultivated Plants and Trees by George Massee (1913)
"... and almost immediately after germination become attached to a root, from which they obtain the food necessary for their development. The dodders ..."

4. Appleton's New Practical Cyclopedia: A New Work of Reference Based Upon the by George J Hagar (1910)
"The parasite dodders number about eighty species of the genus Cuscuta. Moray (mor ni<'), Charles Auguste Louis Joseph (Duc de), 1811-65; French soldier and ..."

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