Definition of Gaudies

1. Noun. (plural of gaudy) ¹



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Definition of Gaudies

1. gaudy [n] - See also: gaudy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaudies

gaucho
gauchos
gaucie
gaucier
gauciest
gaucy
gaud
gauded
gaudefroyite
gauderies
gaudery
gaudful
gaudgie
gaudgies
gaudier
gaudies (current term)
gaudiest
gaudily
gaudiness
gaudinesses
gauding
gaudish
gauds
gaudy
gaue
gaufer
gaufers
gauffer
gauffered
gauffering

Literary usage of Gaudies

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1. The Gypsies of the Danes' Dike: A Story of Hedge-side Life in England, in by George Searle Phillips (1864)
"... AND THE GOUDEN gaudies. I SLEPT very soundly that night, and rose early the next morning, intending to walk over to my Burlington rooms before breakfast ..."

2. The Inventories of Church Goods for the Counties of York, Durham, and by William Page (1897)
"Ten peyer of corali beades with their gaudies, ... the gaudies ... x corali beades with ij sylver gaudies, ..."

3. Recently Recovered "lost" Tudor Plays: With Some Others, Comprising Mankind by John Stephen Farmer, Henry Medwall, John Redford (1907)
"... were apparelled in blue coats garded with redde."—Stow, Henry mi. (1544). gaudies, " no more gaudies or japes" (R264,6), trick, jest. ..."

4. A Geological Manual by Henry Thomas De La Beche (1833)
"... near gaudies, 82° ; &c. &c. Dr. Daubeny has endeavoured to show, that these springs are for the most part situated, either near the line at which the ..."

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