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Definition of Caddishly
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Literary usage of Caddishly
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1. To Ruhleben, and Back: A Great Adventure in Three Phases by Geoffrey Pyke (1916)
"I behaved extremely caddishly to my friend at this point— not to mention scores of others, for I carefully concealed this little bit of news from him. ..."
2. The War for the World by Israel Zangwill (1916)
"still so caddishly conscious of their legislative magnanimity that they appear to expect the enfranchised Jew to endorse every passing mood of the majority, ..."