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43 examples of  dod  in sentences

43 examples of dod in sentences

When next we met, the old blue shirt and cabbage-tree were gone; A brand new suit of tweed and โ€œDoctor Dodโ€ he had put on; Arm in arm with him was one who strove, and not in vain, To ease his pockets of their load by drinking real champagne.

Dow I doff by widter fladdels, Ad I dod by subber close; Thed for weeks ad weeks together Vaidly try to blow by dose.

Two years after this, he was chosen Rhetorician to the public schools, where, as he himself expresses it, "he was encouraged with a sufficient frequence of auditors;" but this place he soon resigned to Dr. Dod, and entered upon studies necessary to qualify him for taking orders.

Rage made the face of the o-gress glow like a fur-nace, as she made a pounce at poor Wil-lie for his ill-ad-vis-ed speech; and she would have caught him in her gripe, had he not dod-ged round a large bun-dle of ve-ge-ta-bles which luck-i-ly lay on the floor.

For W. Ellis, J. Roberts, Mrs. Billingsly, A. Dod, and J. Fox. 1725.

Once, John, who thirsted always for information, and mindful of a point that had struck him in the chapter at morning prayers, said: "Miss Aitken, are you any relation to Achan-in-the-Camp?" Miss Elspeth, looking quizzically at her sister, answered for her: "Dod!

Of all the dash-blanked-dod-blizzened" "Caspar!

Miss Dod and Mrs. Sterry are the only two volleyers.

AN'DERSON (Eppie), a servant at the inn of St. Ronan's Well, held by Meg Dods.

An'thony, the old postillion at Meg Dods's, the landlady of the inn at St. Ronan's Well.

Paradise Lost, i. 80 (1665). BEE'NIE (2 syl.), chambermaid at Old St. Ronan's inn, held by Meg Dods.

Mrs. Browning, Dead Pan, 17. DODS (Meg), landlady of the Clachan or Mowbery Arms inn at St. Ronan's Old Town.

The inn was once the manse, and Meg Dods reigned there despotically, but her wines were good and her cuisine excellent.

In the same novel is Eppie Anderson, one of the servants at the Mowbray Arms, Old St. Ronan's, held by Meg Dods.

Footnote 56: Marcus Dods, The Parables of our Lord (first series), p. 238.

"To dod sheep, is to cut the wool away about their tails.

"DOD, SANDY, IF WHAT'S

[Footnote B: The will of Benjamin Dod, a Roman Catholic citizen of London (died 1714) runs in part as follows: "I desire four and twenty persons to be at my burial ... to every of which four and twenty persons ...

By Dod Osbourne & Joe McCarthy.

By Dod Orsborne, edited by Joe McCarthy.

By Saint Augustine, translated by Marcus Dods, George Wilson & J. J. Smith, introd.

by Saint Augustine, translated by Marcus Dods, George Wilson & J. J. Smith, introd. by Thomas Merton.

By Dod Osbourne & Joe McCarthy.

By Dod Orsborne, edited by Joe McCarthy.

By Saint Augustine, translated by Marcus Dods, George Wilson & J. J. Smith, introd.

by Saint Augustine, translated by Marcus Dods, George Wilson & J. J. Smith, introd. by Thomas Merton.

'Dods! man, you shall!'

'Dods! man, but that will be fifteen shillings!'

" "But Dod took Te-qua away," Kitty would sometimes say.

Liberal and Tory journals alike condemned the way in which in Dod Street, in September, the Socialists' meetings were attacked.

"Dod" is a familiar household word in the British Parliament.

Its founder was an Irishman, Charles Roger Dod, who for twenty-three years was a parliamentary reporter for the Times.

"Boy's gone home to see his dad about working for me this afternoon; in the meantime, it you're not too proud to take hold and help us with this dod-ratted fence, I'll be obliged to you.

The Dod-aers of the Dutch is most probably a vulgar epithet of the Dutch sailors, expressive of its lumpish conformation and inactivity.

"Dod gast the luck!"

Dod, but that's a braw birthday' '

Dod, Lizzie, thon was a gorgeous banquet!

I'll be dod-gasted!

DODS, MEG, an old landlady of consistently inconsistent qualities in "St. Ronan's Well"; also the pseudonym of the authoress of a book on cookery.

O, mama says buddy tomed stwaight down from Dod; Hush-a-bye O, uh-huhm, wock-a-bye b'o', At doctuh mans bwunged him, now is n't zhat odd Wock-a-bye, my 'ittul b'over.

" "Why," sez she, "I always thought Dod wuz a Presbyterium.

On asking the cause of this, he received for answer, "Dod, sir, they were saying ye had preached an auld sermon to-day, but I tackled them, for I tauld them it was no an auld sermon, for the minister had preached it no sax months syne.

An' mebby you'll see your way clear t' help me leave this dod-rotten hole.