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  • adverb In a caddish manner.


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caddish +‎ -ly


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  • Aiden T is undeniably caddishly rakishly lovely, but there is something childlike and very sweet about Samuel Barnett as little Mr Millais.

    Desperate Romantics annawaits 2009

  • "It simply occurred to me that the sooner you're married and bored with it, the sooner I'll have you in my bed," he answered caddishly.

    Tender Rebel Lindsey, Johanna 1988

  • Bertram is a snob and a liar, and often behaves caddishly. Top Stories 2011

  • Wherever he ventured musically-to the polar ice cape, the desert island, or along the Thames-Brown was found out by the very songs he caddishly courted.

    CounterPunch 2010


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