Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Stringy; in glass manufacturing, noting a defective condition resulting from impurities. See also wreath, 4.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of, or like, cord; having cords or cordlike parts.
“Mon 08/04/08 3:59 PM ok.. what petition do i have to sign to get this series created? though, i kinda agree about “oh no, not the High School days again” comment, but.. it would certainly be cool to have the whole gang back.. cordy too!”
“Some felt of the animal's mane and touched his streaming flanks and cordy legs to see if it were really a horse and not an apparition, while”
“What for?" asked the voice, which Dickie now perceived came from a gentleman in rumpled hair and a very loose pink flannel suit, with cordy things on it such as soldiers have.”
“He rides a horse all day an 'is as cordy as a Roman gladiator.”
“Look lak dat ar cricket over dar in de cornder done tuck it up, en now he gwine, '_Shucky-cordy!”
“On the other hand, if the vessel appears to the feel hard, more or less cordy, and pulseless, or giving a sensation of fluttering, as of”
“It seldom succeeds in men of great natural strength, of tense fibre, of warm skin, of florid complexion, or in those with a tight and cordy pulse.”
“I also watched it online here 2 times! cordy Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 06: 19 AM EST”
“Flexicords aren't sproingy; rather, they have "patent-pending Memory Cord ™ Technology" that holds the cord in whatever position you bend it into, which opens up all kinds of exciting cordy art project possibilities.”
“At present NITM produces 18 commercial products like cordy plus, cordy active and herbal tea (Tsheringma) for the domestic market.”
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