Definition of Caudles
1. caudle [n] - See also: caudle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caudles
Literary usage of Caudles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Manual of Determinative Mineralogy: With an Introduction on Blow-pipe Analysis by George Jarvis Brush (1882)
"Paraffine caudles give a higher heat, but they soften rn warm weather, and melt, and run down inconveniently. The common tallow candle may often suffice in ..."
2. A Handbook of chemical technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner, Rudolf Wagner, William Crookes (1877)
"These caudles have always been greatly prized for their transparent whiteness, high illuminating power, and regular burning ; and notwithstanding their ..."
3. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by Joseph Beaumont Wakeley (1858)
"... the old Parsonage — Wood — caudles— Letters—Postage — Washing—The Housekeeper—Asbury's Love of Order early developed — Singular Queries — Answers — Debt ..."
4. Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works by Henry Thomas Buckle (1872)
"In 1599, Nashe eays they may " weare caudles-ends in their hattes at Midsommer," and " washe their ..."