Definition of Hagdons

1. Noun. (plural of hagdon) ¹



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Definition of Hagdons

1. hagdon [n] - See also: hagdon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hagdons

hagberries
hagberry
hagberry tree
hagbolt
hagbolts
hagborn
hagbush
hagbushes
hagbut
hagbuts
hagden
hagdens
hagdon
hagdons (current term)
hagdown
hagdowns
hageman factor deficiency
hagendorfite
hagfish
hagfishes
hagg
haggadahs
haggadas
haggadic
haggadist
haggadistic
haggadists
haggadot

Literary usage of Hagdons

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1. Along the Labrador Coast by Charles Wendell Townsend (1907)
"The three look as black as crows in comparison with their white and gray relatives. The sailors call them black hagdons. These shearwaters are interesting ..."

2. Wharf and Fleet: Ballads of the Fishermen of Gloucester by Clarence Manning Falt (1902)
"We watched th' swells upheave an' fall An' floatin' seaweeds kiss, An' heard th' hagdons snarl an' call ..."

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