Definition of Cadis

1. n. A kind of coarse serge.



Definition of Cadis

1. Noun. (plural of cadi) ¹

2. Noun. A kind of coarse serge. ¹

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Definition of Cadis

1. cadi [n] - See also: cadi

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cadis

cadges
cadgier
cadgiest
cadgin
cadginess
cadging
cadgy
cadherin
cadherins
cadi
cadie
cadies
cadilesker
cadileskers
cadinene
cadis (current term)
cadmian
cadmic
cadmiferous
cadmium
cadmium cell
cadmium chloride
cadmium compounds
cadmium orange
cadmium oxide
cadmium poisoning
cadmium radioisotopes
cadmium sulfide
cadmium sulphide
cadmium translocating ATPase

Literary usage of Cadis

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1. Chronicon Rusticum-commerciale: Or, Memoirs of Wool, &c. Being a Collection by John Smith (1747)
"La Sal/f, cadis, 30 Looms. Page 271. kins. Narbonne, knit Stockins. ... of cadis and Stockins, and Hats. Saint Andre dc Vttl Borgnet cadis and Hats. ..."

2. Letters and Literary Memorials of Samuel J. Tilden by Samuel Jones Tilden (1908)
"... the suitors for justice will have to take their check-books to court, and their cases will be argued, as they are said to be, before Turkish cadis. ..."

3. Fly Fisher's Guide by George Cole Bainbridge (1840)
"... Fly has every appearance of being produced from a cadis, and by some has been called the Brown cadis Fly. The body is large, and is successfully made of ..."

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