Definition of Prads
1. prad [n] - See also: prad
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prads
Literary usage of Prads
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary, Historical and by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley (1902)
"Veal's was the best circus I was at ; there they had six prads and two ponies. ... We moved to some new stables, where there was stalls for eight prads, ..."
2. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1832)
"... ugly fence with a squire-trap on each side» Foster cleared it; but no cramming or entreaty of any kind could persuade the other two prads to attempt it. ..."
3. The Oriental Sporting Magazine: From June 1828 to June 1833. (1873)
"We pulled out our prads at a decent- looking house, to get я light, which being procured, ... Being mounted on good prads, we put them into a good trot, ..."
4. The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of the Most by Stephen Jones, C M Westmacott, George Cruikshank, Robert Cruikshank (1805)
"... going out on their prads—in the evening attended my duty at the Opera—had a long talk with Lord Flutter about Galloping Dick and ..."
5. The New Sporting Magazine (1835)
"... horse-keepers and cads, And changing thorough-bred for heavy prads, You still as punctually left the square, And of the public patronage had your share. ..."
6. Pierce Egan's Book of Sports and Mirror of Life by Pierce Egan (1832)
"They were all "quick chaps," and every one of them endeavoured to make their prads put their best legs foremost to get over the ground with all the celerity ..."