Definition of Ludes

1. Noun. (plural of lude) ¹



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Definition of Ludes

1. lude [n] - See also: lude

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ludes

luculent
luculently
lucules
lucullan
lucullite
lucullites
lucuma
lucumas
lucumo
lucumos
lud
luddenite
lude
luderick
ludericks
ludes (current term)
ludibrious
ludibund
ludic
ludicrosities
ludicrosity
ludicrous
ludicrously
ludicrousness
ludicrousnesses
ludification
ludifications
ludificatory
ludjibaite
ludlamite

Literary usage of Ludes

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1. Letters and Diary of Alan Seeger by Alan Seeger (1917)
"The coming of spring. Dangers of trench life. An impending change of scene. On the march. ludes. ..."

2. Pacific States Reports by California Supreme Court, Idaho Supreme Court, Kansas Supreme Court, Montana Supreme Court, Nevada Supreme Court, Oregon Supreme Court, Utah Supreme Court, Washington (State). Supreme Court (1912)
"The second defense was simply that the plaintiffs had no lien upon any property belonging to MJ ludes, and that MJ ludes did not own any property subject to ..."

3. The Romance of William of Palerne: (otherwise Known as the Romance of by Walter William Skeat (1867)
"... But all fe ludes ]>at hee ladde • for loue ne for aie,1 No myght ... in fe worlde • it wynne ne myght, But jif fode lacked • too ludes within. ..."

4. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1833)
"ludes to grouse—ic the red, as the black game have been much more plentiful. This is merely the fire-edge—the first off-go of the business ; the medium and ..."

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