Definition of Nidering

1. a. Infamous; dastardly.



Definition of Nidering

1. Adjective. (obsolete) infamous; dastardly ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nidering

1. a coward [n -S] - See also: coward

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nidering

nidary
nidate
nidated
nidates
nidating
nidation
nidations
nidda
nidder
niddering
nidderings
niddicock
nide
nided
nidering (current term)
niderings
nides
nidgeries
nidgery
nidget
nidgets
nidi
nidicolous
nidificate
nidificated
nidificates
nidificating
nidification
nidifications

Literary usage of Nidering

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1. A View of Society in Europe in Its Progress from Rudeness to Refinement; Or by Gilbert Stuart (1792)
"... neglected to repair to him mould be accounted nidering, ... and nidering, are words at this day well known in ..."

2. Down the River, Or Practical Lessons Under the Code Duello by George W. Hooper, John Lyde Wilson (1874)
"nidering.'—It is now a matter of the utmost importance to that large and respectable ... Here is what that good old man tells us about it: "' nidering, a. ..."

3. Ivanhoe by Walter Scott (1904)
"nidering. "There was nothing accounted so ignominious among the Saxons as to merit this disgraceful epithet. Even William the Conqueror, hated as he was by ..."

4. William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest by William, John Allen Giles (1847)
"... nidering,"* which implies "abandoned." The English who thought nothing more disgraceful than to be stigmatised by such an appellation, flocked in troops ..."

5. Ivanhoe: A Romance / [Sir Walter Scott] by Walter Scott (1821)
"... a Saxon would have been held nidering,* (the most emphatic term for abject worthlessness,) who should, in his own hall, and while his own wine-cup ..."

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