Definition of Sudder

1. a supreme court [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sudder

sudatory
sudburyite
sudd
suddain
sudden
sudden death
sudden fiction
sudden infant death syndrome
suddenly
suddenness
suddennesses
suddens
suddenties
suddenty
suddenwoven
sudder (current term)
sudders
sudds
sudoite
sudoku
sudokuist
sudokuists
sudokus
sudor
sudoral
sudoriferous
sudoriferous gland
sudorific
sudorifick
sudorifics

Literary usage of Sudder

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1. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"THE sudder BAZAAR THE motive that calls for my ditty Is to tell you how many things are To be found on the road to the City, Which we call it the sudder ..."

2. Village-communities in the East and West: Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford by Henry Sumner Maine (1871)
"... of Bengal—Wills and Collective Property—A Modern Indian Will—The sudder Court—Influence of sudder Courts—De- velopment of Hindoo Law—Effect of Juridical ..."

3. Village-communities in the East and West: Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford by Henry Sumner Maine (1871)
"... and Collective Property—A Modern Indian Will—The sudder Court—Influence of sudder Courts—Development of Hindoo Law—Effect of Juridical Commentaries—The ..."

4. Village-communities in the East and West: Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford by Henry Sumner Maine (1872)
"... and Collective Property—A Modern Indian Will—The sudder Court—Influence of sudder Courts—Development of Hindoo Law—Effect of Juridical Commentaries—The ..."

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