Definition of Gudgeoned
1. gudgeon [v] - See also: gudgeon
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Literary usage of Gudgeoned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Woodstock: Or, The Cavalier, a Tale of the Year Sixteen Hundred and Fifty-one by Walter Scott (1887)
"I have seen when you were willing to tie his points or brush his cloak, or the like—and to be treated thus ungratefully—and gudgeoned of the opportunities ..."
2. History and Reminiscences of Denton County by Edmond Franklin Bates (1918)
"There was an upright shaft gudgeoned at the top and bottom with a beam mortised into it for the horses to pull by. The top of the shaft was spoked and ..."
3. Millwrighting by James Francis Hobart (1909)
"1 laving been ringed and gudgeoned as above, the rolls are ready for the lathe, and the gudgeons should be centered in the usual manner, squared up, ..."
4. Elementary Aeronautics: Or, The Science and Practice of Aerial Machines by Albert Peter Thurston (1911)
"The connecting rods are gudgeoned to pieces which screw into the pistons. One of the connecting rods—" the master "—embraces the crank-pin, and the other ..."