Definition of Taddies
1. taddie [n] - See also: taddie
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Literary usage of Taddies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Kindergarten Review (1902)
"With what joy and pride the dozen or two "taddies" are carried home successively by each child so that mother and baby brother may know how different from ..."
2. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"We thought we 'd give the poor little fishes a bath in the bath-tub, Auntie Fr(inces," he said, "and Bix holded one of the taddies too tight. ..."
3. The Naturalist by Yorkshire Naturalists' Union, Yorkshire Naturalists'Union (1865)
"It required several " taddies" to sate his appetite. The active pupa arriving at the period of change ascends some plant on the bank and bursting its tight- ..."
4. Stage Confidences: Talks about Players and Play Acting by Clara Morris (1902)
"... young "taddies," with hair carefully plastered down, are as like one another as are the peas of one pod,—each wishes to be considered a very devil of a ..."
5. Stage Confidences: Talks about Players and Play Acting by Clara Morris (1902)
"These young "taddies," with hair carefully plastered down, are as like one another as are the peas of one pod, — each wishes to be considered a very devil ..."
6. Catalog of Copyright Entries by Library of Congress Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Copyright Office (1907)
"(F 59145, Oct. 25, ' 1907.) Summer's done with all it's fun. (F 57158, Aug. 19, 1907.) T is for tea table. (F 59153, Oct. 25, 1907.) taddies ask the ..."
7. The New "East Lynne": An Entirely New and Original Novel by Clara Morris (1908)
"... for the society of young "taddies" of boys not yet acquainted with the fearful joys of the razor, and just growing familiar with the big, big D s. ..."