Definition of Giddap

1. Interjection. (alternative spelling of giddyup) ¹



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Definition of Giddap

1. used as a command to a horse to go faster [interj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Giddap

gibi-
gibibyte
gibibytes
gibing
gibingly
giblet
giblets
gibs
gibsons
gibstaff
gibus
gibuses
giclee
gid
giddap (current term)
gidday
giddied
giddier
giddies
giddiest
giddily
giddiness
giddinesses
giddup
giddy
giddy up
giddyap
giddying
giddyup

Literary usage of Giddap

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1. Fifty Years in Oregon: Experiences, Observations, and Commentaries Upon Men by Theodore Thurston Geer (1912)
""giddap!" replied the man. "Oh, yes; we heard all about that. ... "giddap, Bill!" shouted the driver, as he gave the unambitious horse an undercut. ..."

2. A Book of One-act Plays by Barbara Louise Schafer (1922)
"JOE: Oh, well, ole folks is queer. King, Ab! Crown him! (Hallie comes galloping in—Eddie driving her by her apron strings.) EDDIE (Hits her): giddap, ..."

3. Numbers: And Other One Act Plays by Grover Theis (1919)
"giddap! Come ride with me to poetry And be.yourself just once again And hang your ... giddap! Come, ho, jump on this hobby-horse And ride with me my fancy's ..."

4. The Tents of Trouble by Damon Runyon (1911)
"giddap! " (BALLAD OF THE TEST RIDE) I'M walkin' me post at the guard house, an' thinkin' o' nothin' at all, When I sees me ..."

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