Definition of Juddered

1. Verb. (past of judder) ¹



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Definition of Juddered

1. judder [v] - See also: judder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Juddered

jubilently
jubiles
juccuya
juco
jucos
jucundities
jucundity
jud
judaism
judas
judases
judcock
judcocks
judder
judder bar
juddered (current term)
juddering
judders
juddock
judenrein
judg
judge
judge's robe
judge advocate
judge advocate general
judge advocates
judged
judgeless
judgelike
judgement

Literary usage of Juddered

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1866)
"His visions turned into heaven-sent edicts which decided the fate of millions, and were juddered over in the distant capita!; of Europe. At one moment th; ..."

2. The Contest Over the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in the State by Samuel Bannister Harding (1896)
"... waxed eloquent Religious test over the lack of a religious test for office: as one put desired. i^ hg „ juddered at the idea, that Roman Catholics, ..."

3. Young Folks' History of Greece by Charlotte Mary Yonge (1879)
"... weakened his troops so much that they were defeated and forced to give up the attempt. Illness too, juddered him from taking Malvasia; his healt^ vaS ..."

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