Definition of Teddering

1. tedder [v] - See also: tedder



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teddering

tectosilicate
tectosilicates
tectosphere
tectospinal
tectospinal decussation
tectospinal tract
tectrices
tectrix
tectum
tectum mesencephali
tectums
tecum
tedded
tedder
teddered
teddering (current term)
tedders
teddie
teddies
tedding
teddy
teddy-bear
teddy bear
teddy bears
teddy boys
teddybear
teddybears
tede
tedelparin
tedentious

Literary usage of Teddering

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1. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1901)
"... 10 Ibs. clover, 12 Ibs. timothy 24 00 4 days' cutting at $2.50 10 00 2 days' teddering at $1.75 3 60 3 days' raking at $1.75 6 25 Rent of machines, oil, ..."

2. English Field Systems by Howard Levi Gray (1915)
"... termed ' door land ' (for baiting horses upon at meal times, teddering a cow, etc.) are kept as pasture for cattle in summer and sheep in winter, ..."

3. Lean's Collectanea by Vincent Stuckey Lean, Julia Lucy Woodward (1902)
"Better hand loose than on an ill teddering.—K. Better a bachelor than married to an ill wife.—K. Better haud by a hair than draw wi' a tether.—Ry. ..."

4. The Beauties of Scotland: Containing a Clear and Full Account of the by Robert Forsyth (1806)
"... termed " door-land" (for baiting horses upon at meal times, teddering a cow, Sec.), are kept as pasture for cattle in summer, and sheep in winter; ..."

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