Definition of Pudsy
1. pudgy [adj PUDSIER, PUDSIEST] - See also: pudgy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pudsy
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Literary usage of Pudsy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Magdalen College and King James II., 1686-1688 by John Rouse Bloxam, Falconer Madan (1886)
"Dr. pudsy refused. Dr. Smith, My IA with all submission to ye King's authority & theirs. ... pudsy, he could not. Dr. Smith, will obey y6 person in licitis, ..."
2. Magdalen College and King James II., 1686-1688 by John Rouse Bloxam, Falconer Madan (1886)
"IX pudsy. Dr. Smith, was for not going to election so needs not address. Dr. Bayly. Dr. Stafford. ... Dr. pudsy refers to ye paper of submission. ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1832)
"He was born at Leicester ; but after his marriage with his wellbeloved lady, Jane relict of Henry pudsy, Esq. he lived many years in this parish, ..."
4. The Constitutional Decisions of John Marshall by John Marshall, Joseph Potter Cotton (1905)
"That in the case of pudsy the felony was, as stated by Hale, a different felony from that originally intended, is unimportant in regard to the particular ..."