Definition of Torrider
1. torrid [adj] - See also: torrid
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Literary usage of Torrider
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Masque of Poets: Including Guy Vernon, a Novelette in Verse by George Parsons Lathrop (1878)
"... And seen the alligator and flamingo ; Then, passing on to regions somewhat torrider, Reached the French-negro side of San Domingo, And learned a little ..."
2. A Treasure Chest of Memories by Joe Mitchell Chapple (1911)
"And the Gulf Stream will curve, and New England grow torrider— And he worried about it— Than was ever the climate of southernmost Florida— And he worried ..."
3. Heart Throbs: In Prose and Verse by Joe Mitchell Chapple (1905)
"... Nor room for one's thoughts to wander about— And he worried about it, And the Gulf Stream will curve, and New England grow torrider— And he worried ..."
4. The Star Speaker: A Complete and Choice Collection of the Best Productions by Flora N. Kightlinger (1892)
"The Gulf Stream will curve and New England grow torrider," And he worried about it, " Than was ever the climate of southernmost Florida," And lie worried ..."