Definition of Puddock

1. n. A small inclosure.



Definition of Puddock

1. Noun. (obsolete) paddock ¹

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Definition of Puddock

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puddock

puddle bar
puddle bars
puddle jumper
puddle jumpers
puddled
puddler
puddlers
puddles
puddley
puddlier
puddliest
puddling
puddlings
puddly
puddock (current term)
puddocks
puddy
pudencies
pudency
pudend
pudenda
pudendal
pudendal artery
pudendal block
pudendal cleavage
pudendal cleft
pudendal slit
pudendal vein
pudends

Literary usage of Puddock

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1. Annual List of New and Important Books Added to the Public Library of the by Boston Public Library (1901)
"Sir Patrick: the puddock. NY, 1899. Wilker, William Sylvester. From the land of the wombat. London, 1899. Pis. ..."

2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1862)
"If he had only thrown himself out, and held by me, hang it, I'd have brought him to shore ; but poor puddock, he lost his head. ..."

3. The Handy Speaker: Comprising Fresh Selections in Poetry and Prose, Humorous by George Melville Baker (1876)
"Come along, sir, and hoist Walter puddock; it's no laming $iat I can drive into you, Phil, ... Walter puddock, as soon as he was on the back of Phil Mooney, ..."

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