Definition of Sados

1. sado [n] - See also: sado



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sados

sadistic
sadistically
sadists
saditty
sadly
sadness
sadnesses
sado
sados (current term)
sadr
sads
sadster
sadsters
sadza
sadzas
sae
saeculum
saeculums
saeptum
saeta
saetas
saeter
saeters

Literary usage of Sados

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

1. In Savage Isles and Settled Lands: Malaysia, Australasia and Polynesia, 1888 by Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell (1892)
"He was the driver of the sados. My very best Malay was wasted on him, Dutch had no effect, and at last I could only shout in English, ' Well, ..."

2. In Savage Isles and Settled Lands: Malaysia, Australasia and Polynesia, 1888 by Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell (1892)
"It is but a wayside station, with a small village, so I at once got a ' sados ' to take me on. The Javanese always had struck me as being intensely dense ..."

3. In Savage Isles and Settled Lands: Malaysia, Australasia and Polynesia, 1888 by Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell (1892)
"It is but a wayside station, with a small village, so I at once got a ' sados ' to take me on. The Javanese always had struck me as being intensely dense ..."

4. Java and Her Neighbours: A Traveller's Notes in Java, Celebes, the Moluccas by Arthur Stuart Walcott (1914)
"... at a branch of the Tosari hotel, a quick change was made to two-pony sados, and we started at a mad rush up a steep mountain road to the little ..."

5. In Savage Isles and Settled Lands: Malaysia, Australasia and Polynesia, 1888 by Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell (1892)
"He was the driver of the sados. My very best Malay was wasted on him, Dutch had no effect, and at last I could only shout in English, ' Well, ..."

6. In Savage Isles and Settled Lands: Malaysia, Australasia and Polynesia, 1888 by Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell (1892)
"It is but a wayside station, with a small village, so I at once got a ' sados ' to take me on. The Javanese always had struck me as being intensely dense ..."

7. In Savage Isles and Settled Lands: Malaysia, Australasia and Polynesia, 1888 by Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell (1892)
"It is but a wayside station, with a small village, so I at once got a ' sados ' to take me on. The Javanese always had struck me as being intensely dense ..."

8. Java and Her Neighbours: A Traveller's Notes in Java, Celebes, the Moluccas by Arthur Stuart Walcott (1914)
"... at a branch of the Tosari hotel, a quick change was made to two-pony sados, and we started at a mad rush up a steep mountain road to the little ..."

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