Definition of Puppied
1. puppy [v] - See also: puppy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puppied
Literary usage of Puppied
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1830)
"... he been syne he was puppied, Mr North ? NORTH. On board a whaler. No education like a trip to Davis's Straits. SHEPHERD. He'll hae speeld, I'se warrant ..."
2. The Pilgrim Republic: An Historical Review of the Colony of New Plymouth by John Abbot Goodwin (1879)
"Wareham Records of 1765 quote foxes' heads as worth "3*. for old ones, and 1s. for young ones puppied this year." Various towns took defensive measures ..."
3. Side Glimpses from the Colonial Meeting-house by William Root Bliss (1894)
"A hundred years ago, foxes' heads were worth at Wareham, " three shillings for old ones, and one shilling for young ones puppied this year. ..."
4. Mattapoisett and Old Rochester, Massachusetts: Being a History of These by Mary Hall Leonard (1907)
"Foxes' heads brought "3 shillings for old ones, and one shilling for young ones puppied this year." The animals must be presented, however, "with both thir ..."