Definition of Bludier
1. bludy [adj] - See also: bludy
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Literary usage of Bludier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1827)
"I'll no believe that, sir, till I see't,—and scarcely then,—for a bludier-mind- ed fisher nor Christopher North never threw a hackle. ..."
2. Napoleon and His Marshals by Joel Tyler Headley (1847)
"Finding, from the incessant roll of musketry, that bludier was meeting with an obstinate resistance, ..."
3. Military Career of Napoleon the Great: An Account of the Remarkable by Montgomery B. Gibbs (1895)
"General Pajol, at daybreak, also went in pursuit of the Prussians under bludier. He was supported by Grouchy, ..."