Definition of Radded
1. rad [v] - See also: rad
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Literary usage of Radded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Iliad of Homer by Homer (1796)
"This couplet is fup?radded to his original, in imitation of Dacier: " Qui n' eft proprement que comme one ..."
2. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1884)
"radded to organization, and that in our present stafe of existence it requires the intervention of some such organ as the brain through which to act. ..."
3. The Contemporary Review (1869)
"... the charge is a specific allegation of an innovation radded by a secular power against the positive declarations of the • le Church. ..."
4. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1836)
"... -radded to the torments of starvation !—Yet it is not dumb show. Still there is a language—it is the language of human speech—but, nevertheless, ..."
5. A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin: Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1853)
"... >radded only to make the others effectual. If that fail, it is better to leave the party to his own headstrong passions, and the ultimate correction of ..."
6. Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National by John Walter Osborne (1854)
"... expression of the metaphysical stage of speculation ; it replaces the ancient principle ; it is the delicate abstract entity sur/.'radded to phenomena. ..."