Definition of Soddies

1. Noun. (plural of soddie) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of soddy) ¹

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Definition of Soddies

1. soddy [n] - See also: soddy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soddies

sodamide
sodamides
sodas
sodbuster
sodbusters
sodded
sodden
soddened
soddening
soddenly
soddenness
soddennesses
soddens
soddie
soddier
soddies (current term)
soddiest
sodding
sodding(a)
sodding hell
soddy
soddyite
sodger
sodgers
sodian
sodic
sodicanthophyllite
sodicgedrite
sodicities
sodicity

Literary usage of Soddies

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1. English Synonymes, with Copious Illustrations and Explanations, Drawn from by George Crabb (1854)
"... As men formerly became eminent in learned soddies by their parts and acquisitions, they now distinguish themselves by the warmth and violence with which ..."

2. The Order of the Coif by Alexander Pulling (1897)
"... Court—that " their " original institution nowhere distinctly appears "—that "they are voluntary soddies which for ages have submitted to government like ..."

3. School Buildings and Grounds in Nebraska by Nebraska Dept. of Public Instruction, William Kirk Fowler (1902)
"... soddies, shanties, and log huts to do it. We believe the rural and village frame buildings illustrated to be fairly representative of the frame ..."

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