Definition of Fetider
1. fetid [adj] - See also: fetid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fetider
Literary usage of Fetider
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Devil's Disciple: A Melodrama by Bernard Shaw (1906)
"... movable iron griddle socketed to the hob, hook above for roasting, and broad fetider, on which stand a kettle and a plate of buttered toast. ..."
2. First- Forty-second Annual Report of the Board of Harbor Commissioners to by Rhode Island Harbor Commissioners (1896)
"fetider piles at its wharf, easterly of Gano street, near the foot of Wickenden street, in Providence. No. 422. July 23, to Robert Pettis, ..."