Definition of Studdle

1. a post [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Studdle

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stud muffin
stud muffins
stud poker
studbook
studbooks
studded
studden
studderies
studdery
studdie
studdies
studding
studding sail
studdings
studdle (current term)
studdles
studenitsite
student
student-teacher ratio
student-teacher ratios
student bodies
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student doctor
student ghetto
student lamp
student lodging
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Literary usage of Studdle

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1. The Witwatersrand Goldfields, Banket & Mining Practice: With an Appendix on by Samuel John Truscott (1907)
"It is the usual practice to insert the square end of the studdle into a shallow mortise, about half an inch deep, so that the intermediate ..."

2. Publications by Parish Register Society, London, London Parish Register Society, Florida State Historical Society, Deland, Deland Florida State Historical Society, Reparations Commission, North Carolina Historical Commission, Yorkshire Philosophical Society, Yorkshire (1901)
"Thomas studdle and Sarah Vousden were married by Banns this Feb* 1811 by me JW Peers. In the presence of John Stanley & Amy Stanley. ..."

3. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"Hence nit. studdle.'] 1. À post; an upright prop or support ; specifically, one of the small beams or scantlings in a building, of the height of a single ..."

4. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1908)
"68, where w is the wall plate; e, the end plate; and s, the studdle. The end and wall plates are riveted to an angle iron, while the web of the ..."

5. Details of Practical Mining edited by Lee O. Kellogg (1916)
"This guide studdle is fastened to the sill by the plate B, which extends up higher on the timber than the plate A does on the rails. ..."

6. The Mining Engineer (1898)
"10, Plate XL), is inserted, and a leveller, J, will be put in position, as shown in the figure. If the leveller be long, a studdle, c, ..."

7. Report by Tasmania Dept. of Mines (1907)
"The studdle did not jam the cagp in any way, but striking as it did, end on, tended to force it downwards. The deduction to be drawn is that, ..."

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