Definition of Scolders

1. Noun. (plural of scolder) ¹



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Definition of Scolders

1. scolder [n] - See also: scolder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scolders

scoffings
scofflaw
scofflaws
scoffs
scog
scogged
scogging
scogs
scoinson
scoinson arch
scoinsons
scoke
scold
scolded
scolder
scolders (current term)
scolding
scoldingly
scoldings
scolds
scoleces
scoleciasis
scolecid
scolecida
scolecids
scoleciform
scolecite
scolecites
scolecoid
scolecology

Literary usage of Scolders

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1. Citizen Bird: Scenes from Bird-life in Plain English for Beginners by Mabel Osgood Wright (1897)
"... CHAPTER XI MOCKERS AND scolders THE SAGE THRASHER " I THOUGHT that more tree-trunk birds, such as Woodpeckers, would come next," said Rap ..."

2. City of Liverpool: Selections from the Municipal Archives and Records, from by James Allanson Picton (1883)
"This is the way in which they were dealt with three centuries aSĀ°, 1587, December 1oth. " Item, concerning scolders and ..."

3. Men, Women & Manners in Colonial Times by Sydney George Fisher (1897)
"Whereupon " Corlaer the trumpeter" turned upon his scolders and gave them a drubbing, chasing them to their homes, where they got their swords and came back ..."

4. The Works of George Fox by George Fox (1831)
"... scolders, tumultuous ones, rioters, ambitious, proud, heady, high-minded, vain-glorious, perverse, wicked, and wilful men, you live not in God's fear', ..."

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