Definition of Dauding
1. daud [v] - See also: daud
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dauding
Literary usage of Dauding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Pilgrimage to the Land of Burns: Containing Anecdotes of the Bard, and of by Hew Ainslie (1822)
"Aye, when his father's house was near Tarbolton, I used aften to pap in at night-fa', when he was dauding the barn dust aff his jacket. ..."
2. Aids to daily meditation, practical reflections and observations on a by B. F, Aids (1871)
"Christ's servants are not actuated by the dauding honours which the great men of the world so fondly desire. Not in the book of historic fame are their ..."
3. Proceedings of the Board of Education, Detroit by Detroit (Mich.). Board of Education (1901)
"Real and School DaUding*. To the Board of Education: We recommend that the Secretary be directed to instruct the contractors— Messrs. ..."