Definition of Bieldier

1. bieldy [adj] - See also: bieldy



Lexicographical Neighbors of Bieldier

bidness
bidnesses
bidon
bidons
bidonville
bidonvilles
bidoublet
bidoublets
bids
biduous
bieberite
biegnet
biehlite
bield
bielded
bieldier (current term)
bieldiest
bielding
bields
bieldy
biello-siegel criteria
bien
bien-pensant
bien pensant
biennale
biennales
biennia
biennial
biennially
biennials

Literary usage of Bieldier

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

1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1901)
"Dialect was not a vulgarism, for when a farmer invited one in a storm to enter his barn instead of standing under it, as it would be found " bieldier ..."

2. Little Esson by Samuel Rutherford Crockett (1907)
"... dauntlessly, " where is there a bieldier buss or a mair suitable shelter for a puir bit hunted lass than the Manse o' the ..."

3. The Red Scaur: A Novel of Manners by Peter Anderson Graham (1897)
"They're fine where they are, but if you wanted a young oak to come on, you'd plant it in a bieldier spot. ..."

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