Definition of Godets

1. godet [n] - See also: godet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Godets

goddesships
goddesshood
goddesshoods
goddesslike
goddessship
goddessships
godding
goddist
gode-year
godelich
godemiche
godemiches
godet
godetia
godetias
godets (current term)
godfather
godfathered
godfatherhood
godfathering
godfatherless
godfatherlike
godfatherly
godfathers
godfearing
godforsaken
godforsakenly
godforsakenness
godheads
godhood

Literary usage of Godets

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1. Black's Guide to London and Its Environs by Adam and Charles Black (Firm) (1863)
"THE godets OF LAW. Civil Courts—The Lord Chancellor and the Courts of Chancery—Courts of Queen's Bench, the Common Pleas, and the Exchequer—Judicial ..."

2. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1893)
"et, au lieu de les laisser prendre racine en pleine terre, on enterre cinq à six godets de 10 à 12 centimètres de diamètre que l'on remplit avec la terre ..."

3. Illustrated Technical Dictionary in Six Languages, English, German, French by Kurt Deinhardt, Alfred Schlomann (1910)
"... (m) des Eimers fullness of the bucket degré (m) de remplissage des godets ... or scoop chain chaîne (f) supportant les godets matériau (m pi) scavati ..."

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