Definition of Doddard

1. having branches decayed away [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doddard

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documented
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documenters
documenting
documents
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docusate
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docusate sodium
docusoap
docusoaps
docutainment
dodad
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doddard (current term)
doddart
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doddiest

Literary usage of Doddard

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1. The Port Folio by Joseph Dennie (1809)
"... Till knots upon his gouty joints appear, And chalk is in his crippled fingers found, Rots, like a doddard oak, and falls to ground. ..."

2. Baptist Missionary Magazine by American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1900)
"JR dODDARD, DD Ningpo, China '"THE excitement here has subsided to Aa large extent, and I have been able go out freely among the people, although they are ..."

3. Ringan Gilhaize; Or, The Covenanters by John Galt (1823)
"... and the first words his Grace said on his kinsman going ben was— " Aweel, Davie, and what says that auld doddard Argyle, will he send me the apostate to ..."

4. Diary of Thomas Burton, Esq., Member in the Parliaments of Oliver and by Thomas Burton, Guibon Goddard (1828)
"... it «:m necessary to take into the recognition, in case we admit them, but till that was determined it was not fit to proceed in this." doddard MS. p. ..."

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