Definition of Spuddy

1. podgy [adj SPUDDIER, SPUDDIEST] - See also: podgy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spuddy

spuckie
spuckies
spud gun
spud head
spudded
spudder
spudders
spuddier
spuddiest
spudding
spuddings
spuddle
spuddled
spuddles
spuddy (current term)
spudger
spudgers
spuds
spue
spued
spueing
spues
spug
spuggie
spuggies
spuggy
spugs
spuilzie
spuilzied

Literary usage of Spuddy

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

1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1896)
"Spud, (i) Any person, or thing, remarkably short of its kind. (2) A chisel for weeds [GE]. spuddy. Very short and stumpy. *Spuds. Potatoes [WB]. ..."

2. Wild Wales: Its People, Language, and Scenery by George Henry Borrow (1907)
"... a short spuddy fellow, with a broad ugly face and with spectacles on his nose, who talked very consequentially about "the service" and all that, ..."

3. Wild Wales: Its People, Language, and Scenery by George Henry Borrow (1901)
"As I went out of the coffee-room the spuddy, broad-faced military puppy with spectacles was vociferating to the languishing military puppy, and to his old ..."

4. Wild Wales: its people, language, and scenery by George Henry Borrow (1865)
"As I went out of the coffee-room the spuddy, broad-faced military puppy with spectacles was vociferating to the languishing military puppy, and to his old ..."

5. Wild Wales: Its People, Language and Scenery by George Henry Borrow (1900)
"... a short spuddy fellow, with a broad ugly face and with spectacles on his nose, who talked very consequentially about " the service" and all that, ..."

6. A Glossary of Dialect & Archaic Words Used in the County of Gloucester by John Drummond Robertson (1890)
"SPUD. íí. A common name for a potato. SPUD. st. A left-handed man. adj. spuddy. [Selsley.] " A boy at school can bowl swift, and he's spuddy. ..."

7. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"... fat, scolding, and repulsive,— who fill to the extreme edge the wide chair on which they sit, while they rest their spuddy hands on their knees, ..."

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