Definition of Mudhens

1. mudhen [n] - See also: mudhen



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mudhens

mudflat
mudflats
mudflow
mudflows
mudge
mudged
mudger
mudgers
mudges
mudging
mudguard
mudguards
mudheap
mudheaps
mudhen
mudhens (current term)
mudhif
mudhole
mudholes
mudhook
mudhooks
mudik
mudir
mudiria
mudirias
mudirieh
mudiriehs
mudirs
mudlark
mudlarked

Literary usage of Mudhens

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

1. Fleeting Fancies by William Frederick Kirk (1904)
"Then two teams were straightway chosen, One was called the Mighty mudhens, Captain, Skin-the-Sassy-Muskrat; And the other, Heap Bad Actors, Captain, ..."

2. The Game Laws in Brief: A Digest of the Statutes of the United States and by United States, Canada (1911)
"... rails (mudhens), coots (poule d'eau), gallinules, tattlers, curlew und plover, from March 15 to Oct. I. Wild turkey cocks, from April 15 to Nev. 1. ..."

3. Report by Maine Commissioners of Inland Fisheries and Game (1911)
"... mudhens, king fishers or blue herons. The fact that a person is a resident or non-resident has no bearing upon the proposition, so far as I can see. ..."

4. California: An Intimate History by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton (1914)
"No one talked of anything else; and many women, known as mudhens, sold stocks on the curb. Everybody assumed that one spot of earth at least had enough for ..."

5. S.D. Butcher's Pioneer History of Custer County: And Short Sketches of Early by Solomon Devore Butcher (1901)
"... were termed "mudhens." The failure of the Wood river line to be built that fall put somewhat of a damper on the New Callaway project. ..."

6. Fleeting Fancies by William Frederick Kirk (1904)
"Then two teams were straightway chosen, One was called the Mighty mudhens, Captain, Skin-the-Sassy-Muskrat; And the other, Heap Bad Actors, Captain, ..."

7. The Game Laws in Brief: A Digest of the Statutes of the United States and by United States, Canada (1911)
"... rails (mudhens), coots (poule d'eau), gallinules, tattlers, curlew und plover, from March 15 to Oct. I. Wild turkey cocks, from April 15 to Nev. 1. ..."

8. Report by Maine Commissioners of Inland Fisheries and Game (1911)
"... mudhens, king fishers or blue herons. The fact that a person is a resident or non-resident has no bearing upon the proposition, so far as I can see. ..."

9. California: An Intimate History by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton (1914)
"No one talked of anything else; and many women, known as mudhens, sold stocks on the curb. Everybody assumed that one spot of earth at least had enough for ..."

10. S.D. Butcher's Pioneer History of Custer County: And Short Sketches of Early by Solomon Devore Butcher (1901)
"... were termed "mudhens." The failure of the Wood river line to be built that fall put somewhat of a damper on the New Callaway project. ..."

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