Definition of Kidded

1. Verb. (past of kid) ¹



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Definition of Kidded

1. kid [v] - See also: kid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kidded

kicky
kicky-wicky
kid
kid-glove
kid around
kid brother
kid brothers
kid glove
kid gloves
kid leather
kid on the square
kid sister
kid sisters
kidd blood-group system
kiddcreekite
kidded (current term)
kidder
kidderminsters
kidders
kiddhoge
kiddie
kiddie car
kiddie cocktail
kiddie cocktails
kiddie fiddler
kiddie fiddlers
kiddie flick
kiddied
kiddier

Literary usage of Kidded

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Master of Game by Edward, Gaston (1909)
"And yet if they were not kidded together of one female, yet is the nature of them such that they will always hold together as I have said before. ..."

2. The Boy Scouts' Year Book by Boy Scouts of America (1922)
"At the word "kidded," Lionel started as though he had been spurred. "kidded?" he repeated. "I've heard that word before and I'm beginning to believe there ..."

3. Cloudy Jewel by Grace (Livingston) Hill (1920)
"That was because you hid behind the sofa when Uncle Herbert was courting her, and kidded them," giggled Leslie. A stray little twinkle of a dimple peeped ..."

4. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1908)
"This procedure is repeated until all the does have kidded. (2) The other, the Mexican or "staking method," is used largely in Tex;is and New Mexico. ..."

5. General View of the Agriculture of Wiltshire: Drawn Up and Published by by Thomas Davis (1811)
"Well kidded, the stalks full of pods; bunched, when, planted in bunches, and not in rows. HARVEST PROCESS. ..."

6. The Breeds of Live-stock by Carl Warren Gay (1916)
"The does expected to kid, or those that have kidded, are put in the small corrals, ... This procedure is repeated until all the does have kidded. ..."

7. The Prairie Child by Arthur Stringer (1922)
"The men "kidded" me a good deal, and gave me a cheer at the end (I don't quite know whether it was for my work or my costume) and I had to pose for ..."

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