Definition of Kiddoes

1. kiddo [n] - See also: kiddo



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kiddoes

kiddie fiddlers
kiddie flick
kiddied
kiddier
kiddiers
kiddies
kiddin'
kidding
kidding aside
kiddingly
kiddish
kiddle
kiddles
kiddo
kiddoes (current term)
kiddos
kiddow
kiddows
kiddush
kiddushes
kiddy
kiddy fiddlers
kiddy widdies
kiddy widdy
kiddying
kiddyish
kiddywink

Literary usage of Kiddoes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Letters of an American Airman by Hamilton Coolidge (1919)
"Further on a particularly tall soldier was standing on a street corner doling out pieces of candy to about fifty young kiddoes who screamed and scrapped and ..."

2. Nancy and Nick in Scrub-Up-Land by Olive Roberts Barton, E. R. Higgins (1921)
"GRUBBY GROUNDHOG "Say, kiddoes!" said Mr. Rubadub, rubbing a spot of soapsuds off the end of his nose, "would you object to doing another errand for me? ..."

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