Definition of Hodded

1. hod [v] - See also: hod



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hodded

hocuses
hocusing
hocuspocus
hocussed
hocusses
hocussing
hod
hod carrier
hod carriers
hodad
hodaddies
hodaddy
hodads
hodag
hodags
hodded (current term)
hodden
hoddengray
hoddens
hoddie
hoddies
hoddin
hodding
hoddins
hoddle
hoddled
hoddles
hoddling
hoddy
hoddydoddies

Literary usage of Hodded

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1. Great Expectations ; Master Humphrey's Clock: With Introduction,critical by Charles Dickens (1908)
"... at the old gentleman as Wemmick himself might have :hodded, and we went in and sat down by the fireside . .-• . .>-,:.•', I . ,,f, -T ,.;.,'. ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1890)
"hodded [aod id], pt of to hold. Hodden [aod-n], pp of to hold ' Ho couldn't ho' hodden pig mich lang-er ; if Jack hadn't eum'd an help'd him it 'ud he ..."

3. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1838)
"They had a plan to render less their labors ; Workmen in elder times would mount a ladder With hodded heads, but these stretch'd forth a pole From the ..."

4. A Century of Parody and Imitation, Ed. by Walter Jerrold and R. M. Leonard by Walter Jerrold, Robert Maynard Leonard (1913)
"They had a plan to render less their labours; Workmen in olden times would mount a ladder With hodded heads, but these stretch'd forth a pole From the ..."

5. The Metropolitan (1835)
"... And sanded floors are crowded with spittoons ; Where hodded labourers rejoice around, And hob-nailed " lace-ups"5 clatter on the ground; There, ..."

6. The Genesee Farmer. (1859)
"So doffing the gay soldier's coat, and putting on the hodded grey, I set to work, to try if fine pasture could not be got in Scotland. ..."

7. Rejected Addresses by Horace Smith, James Smith (1841)
"They had a plan to render less their labors ; Workmen in olden times would mount a ladder With hodded heads, but these stretched forth a pole From the ..."

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