Definition of Sadding
1. sad [v] - See also: sad
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Literary usage of Sadding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Successful Canning and Preserving by Ola Powell (1917)
"In 1807 a paper was submitted by Mr. sadding to the English Society of Arts, under the title "A Method of Preserving Fruits Without Sugar for House and Sea ..."
2. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"But human weakness when its eyne alight Upon the things that fleet, and can but sight The sadding Memories of the long-past years; What bread such times I ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1825)
"... sadding- ton, aged 40, Nicholas Heycock, gent. MONMOUTH.—Feb. 9. At Wain Were Cottage, near Ponty Pool, aged 75, Mn. Elizabeth Hughes. NORFOLK.—Jan. 18. ..."
4. The Law of Baron and Femme, of Parent and Child, Guardian and Ward, Master by Tapping Reeve, Lucius Eugene Chittenden (1846)
"Like v. Beresford, 3 Ves. 506; Pope v. Crashaw, 4 Br. Ch. Cas. 326; Povey v. Brown, Pr. in Ch.325; sadding- ton v. Kinsman. ..."