Definition of Gaddis
1. gaddi [n] - See also: gaddi
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaddis
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Literary usage of Gaddis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report by United States Civil Service Commission (1895)
"If be had turned to my letter of August 10 he would have seen that Mr. gaddis had already stated that there were no reasons for his removal unless they were ..."
2. Strategic Transformation and Naval Power in the 21st Century by Pelham G. Boyer, Robert S. Wood (1998)
"JOHN LEWIS gaddis Muddling Through? A Strategic Checklist for the Post-Cold War World THE SINGLE MOST STRIKING FEATURE of the post-Cold War environment is ..."
3. Methodist Heroes of Other Days by Samuel Gardiner Ayres (1916)
"XXIV JOHN gaddis, THE HEROIC CONVERT AT this distance in time, and with the change of relations between the denominations, it is hard to realize how great ..."
4. The Northern Barrier of India: A Popular Account of the Jummoo and Kashmir by Frederic Drew (1877)
"This gives a fair notion of the features of the gaddis, as well as of their dress, which, as stated before in the note, is the same as that of the ..."