Definition of Puddering

1. pudder [v] - See also: pudder



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puddering

puckishness
puckishnesses
puckle
puckles
puckout
pucks
puckster
pucksters
pudden
pudden-head
puddening
puddens
pudder
puddered
puddering (current term)
pudders
puddies
puddin'
pudding
pudding-basin
pudding-face
pudding-headed
pudding-wife
pudding basin
pudding basin haircut
pudding basins
pudding berry
pudding face
pudding head

Literary usage of Puddering

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1. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable: Giving the Derivation, Source, Or Origin of by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1898)
"To pudder is to stir with a puddering pole ; hence, to confuse. Lear says of the tempest—"May the great gods that keep this dreadful pudder o'er our head," ..."

2. An essay concerning human understanding by John Locke (1838)
"... have avoided thereby a great part of that perplexing, puddering, and confusion, which have so much hindered men's progress in other parts of knowledge. ..."

3. An essay concerning human understanding by John Locke (1823)
"... have avoided thereby a great part of that perplexity, puddering, and confusion, which has so much hindred men's progress in other parts of knowledge. ..."

4. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke (1894)
"As Bacon nevertheless encouraged s See Bk. III. chh. ix, x. men to do, when he invited them to *' puddering'— ..."

5. The Works of John Locke by John Locke (1823)
"... have avoided thereby a great part of that perplexity, puddering, and confusion, which has so much hindered men's progress in other parts of knowledge. ..."

6. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1872)
"At the stern they burn and polish out a neat little bracket, which serves as a seat for the boatman. They spend an infinity of puddering on ..."

7. The Works of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb (1852)
"One feels the ashes of Wickliffe gliding away out of the reach of the Sumners, Commissaries, Officials, Proctors, Doctors, and all the puddering rout of ..."

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