Definition of Codlin

1. n. An apple fit to stew or coddle.



Definition of Codlin

1. codling [n -S] - See also: codling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Codlin

codiscovered
codiscoverer
codiscoverers
codiscoveries
codiscovering
codiscovers
codiscovery
codisplay
codisplaying
codist
codists
codiverge
codiverged
codiversification
codlike
codlin (current term)
codlin moth
codline
codlines
codling
codling moth
codling moths
codlings
codlins
codlins-and-cream
codogenic
codology
codomain
codomains
codominance

Literary usage of Codlin

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1. Manual of Fruit Insects by Mark Vernon Slingerland, Cyrus Richard Crosby (1914)
"Add arsenate of lead, two pounds to 50 gallons, for codlin-moth. This is the most important spray for the control of the codlin-moth and should be ..."

2. Celebrated Trials of All Countries: And Remarkable Cases of Criminal by comp John Jay Smith, John Jay] [Smith (1843)
"codlin and Read were charged, as officers of the ship, for committing the ... codlin was captain, and Douglas mate ; the rest of the crew consisted of two ..."

3. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1890)
"down; after the fruit turns down it is almost useless to use this or any other spray for the codlin moth. In our part of the county we have found that to be ..."

4. General Report of the Agricultural State, and Political Circumstances, of by John Sinclair (1814)
"INFORMATION REGARDING THE CAKI-ISLE AND KESWICK codlin APPLES. r ... The Carlisle codlin possesses,.the peculiar property of being fit for use, ..."

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