Definition of Eddishes

1. Noun. (plural of eddish) ¹



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Definition of Eddishes

1. eddish [n] - See also: eddish

Lexicographical Neighbors of Eddishes

edaphology
edaphon
edaphophyte
edaphophytes
edaphosaurid
edaphosaurids
edaphosaurus
edathamil
edder
eddered
eddering
edders
eddied
eddies
eddish
eddishes (current term)
eddo
eddoes
eddress
eddresses
eddy
eddy-current loss
eddy current
eddy currents
eddy kinetic energy
eddy sounds
eddying
edeine
edelweiss

Literary usage of Eddishes

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

1. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1874)
"... harvest on the stubbles, clover, and other eddishes, up to the time of breaking these up for wheat, when they go to turnips, following the hoggets. ..."

2. British Farmer's Magazine (1855)
"Young calves should have eddishes, if strong enough, on being weaned. In stocking stubble-fields care should be taken lest the animals eat too much dropped ..."

3. British Farmer's Magazine (1852)
"... or what perhaps is still more preferable, if they are not too luxuriant, on the young clover eddishes, anil from these to turnips, or other winter ..."

4. British Farmer's Magazine (1853)
"Fattening cattle must be put into good eddishes or aftermaths, sheep on the best clovers ; hoggets must be well provided for, ..."

5. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"eddishes. Stubble-fields.—Modern Husbandman, V. i. 101. [In the north the word is never applied to stubble-fields, but is rightly confined to the second ..."

6. The New Family Receipt-book: Containing Eight Hundred Truly Valuable (1819)
"Immediately after harvest I turn them on the wheat eddishes, where they pick up flesh apace: but when I take them up to fatten I feed thera with ground malt ..."

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