Definition of Hoddle

1. Proper noun. (surname) ¹



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Definition of Hoddle

1. to waddle [v HODDLED, HODDLING, HODDLES] - See also: waddle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoddle

hodad
hodaddies
hodaddy
hodads
hodag
hodags
hodded
hodden
hoddengray
hoddens
hoddie
hoddies
hoddin
hodding
hoddins
hoddle (current term)
hoddled
hoddles
hoddling
hoddy
hoddydoddies
hoddydoddy
hode
hodening
hodge-podge
hodgepodge
hodgepodges
hodgkinsonite
hodiern
hodiernal

Literary usage of Hoddle

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1. Victoria: Geology and Physical Geography by Reginald Augustus Frederick Murray (1895)
"From that portion of the Main Divide, extending between Mount Tambo and St. Clair, and from the Southern Spur between St. Clair and the hoddle Range, ..."

2. Fire and Sword in Shansi: The Story of the Martyrdom of Foreigners and by E. H. Edwards (1907)
"ALEXANDER hoddle Alexander hoddle was the fourth son of the late Mr. William hoddle of the Bank of England, in which he was also for a short time. ..."

3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1901)
"The workmen were most skilful and obliging, and Mr. hoddle himself came down to test the ... In addition to a special generator, Mr. hoddle has arranged the ..."

4. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1887)
"To hune one'ยป hoddle, to slack one's pace; Laird of Logan, p. 585. V. hoddle, r. INDIFFERENT, adj. Without difference, like, alike, similar, the same. ..."

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