Definition of Quadding

1. Verb. (present participle of quad) ¹



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Definition of Quadding

1. quad [v] - See also: quad

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quadding

quad
quad-
quad bike
quad bikes
quad hockey
quad play
quad plays
quad skate
quadbit
quadbits
quadchromatic
quadcore
quadded
quaddie
quaddies
quadding (current term)
quade
quadfecta
quadfectas
quadfurcated
quadfurcation
quadfurcations
quadlet
quadlets
quadlike
quadplay
quadplays
quadplex
quadplexes
quadpod

Literary usage of Quadding

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1. The Monotype System: A Book for Owners & Operators of Monotypes by Lanston Monotype Machine Company (1912)
""quadding out" : When several quads or leaders are required in succession, the KEY should be struck with ^^^^^^^^^ a quick stroke from the wrist, ..."

2. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1890)
"quadding (Rugby), the triumphal promenade of the chief football players round the cloisters at calling over time before a match. ..."

3. The Practice of Typography: Modern Methods of Book Composition by Theodore Low De Vinne (1904)
"In quadding out lines use the en quad, em quad, and space-band alternately. The more space-bands in any line the less full it need be set. ..."

4. Tales of the Trail: A Book of Western Sketches in Verse by James William Foley (1914)
"It's tough to think some worthless chap is quadding out his line. He told me nigh a month ago, as cool as anything, ..."

5. The Typography of Advertisements by Frederick James Trezise (1911)
"... to set his type much nearer the illustration than he could if the cut itself were used in the type- form, but it enables him, by quadding out the space ..."

6. Practical Printing: Explaining the Ways and Means of Production in the by George Sherman (1911)
"The matter is set full measure, across the proof-slip, quadding indentions so that the composition will ..."

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