Definition of Hodded
1. hod [v] - See also: hod
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hodded
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Literary usage of Hodded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."