Definition of Cudgelling

1. Verb. (present participle of cudgel) ¹



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Definition of Cudgelling

1. cudgel [v] - See also: cudgel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cudgelling

cuddles
cuddlesome
cuddlicious
cuddlier
cuddliest
cuddliness
cuddling
cuddly
cuddy
cudgel
cudgeled
cudgeler
cudgelers
cudgeling
cudgelled
cudgelling (current term)
cudgels
cudighi
cudighis
cuds
cudweed
cudweeds
cue ball
cue card
cue mark
cue marks
cue sport
cue sports

Literary usage of Cudgelling

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1. The Caesars by Thomas De Quincey (1851)
"or cudgelling the inferior soldiers: 'propterea vitis in manum data,' says Salmasius, ... cudgelling ..."

2. Picturesque Views on the River Thames by Samuel Ireland (1792)
"... about eighty years after, much improved by the proud prelate Boniface, who retired hither to make hiĆ” peace with heaven, after cudgelling the fub- prior ..."

3. A smaller Hindustani and English dictionary by DUNCAN. FORBES (1861)
"... to roar, to f. cudgelling ; fraud, a decoy. A. [bnwl. A. latent concealed, absent, invisible, mysterious, ..."

4. The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information: Concerning Remarkable Men ...by William Hone by William Hone (1841)
"Single-stick playing is so called to distinguish it from cudgelling, ... The object of each gamester in this play, as in cudgelling, is to guard himself, ..."

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