Definition of Hadding
1. had [v] - See also: had
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hadding
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hadding (current term)
Literary usage of Hadding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Fraser's Magazine (1877)
"Л. Thanks for a good meal ! It has strengthened me. hadding (to ... hadding. Aye—but if you road not better trust. hadding (giving him the staff). Read ! ..."
2. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1877)
"Thanks for a good moal ! It has strengthened me. hadding (to ... But if there's aught hadding (impatiently). We cannot read You must not see ? ..."
3. The History of Early English Literature: Being the History of English Poetry by Stopford Augustus Brooke (1892)
"In his early youth hadding has been carried to Jotunheim by Thor, and brought up ... A great battle takes place with hadding, and hadding is on the point of ..."
4. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1904)
"The terrified hadding called on his companion for help; and she, ... hadding, however, did not much suffer by the event: a wise old man with one eye, ..."
5. The first nine books of the Danish history of Saxo Grammaticus by Saxo, Oliver Elton, Frederick York Powell (1894)
"hadding was befriended by a woman, who took him to the Underworld—the story is only half told in Saxo, unluckily —and by Woden, who took him over-sea wrapt ..."