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- n. Archaic spelling of duchy.
- adj. difficult to understand, slurred, imprecisely articulated (of one's speech) (dialect: regional to rural Central New York State)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of duchy.
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| Reply there is a god, and he finally passed back the dutchy
Jun 10th, 2008 at 4: 23 pm shauna dutchy! my old standby. always go for the extra jerk sauce …
| Reply | Permalink i'm sure morning joe, wolf and sheiffer are fighting as we speak over who gets gard on their show first. ok, my turn — who's got that dutchy?
Sep 11th, 2007 at 9: 34 am tourist_squasher jamacian dutchy gave me the worst quality chicken i have ever put in my body. also, chew carefully as there are many bone fragments in the meat.
So… how abowt a big dish of dutchy chawklit i scream, wif hot fudge onna top?
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This consists partly of the dutchy of Matignon, and partly of the dutchy of Valentinois, which last was given to the ancestors of this prince of Monaco, in the year 1640, by the French king, to make up the loss of some lands in the kingdom of Naples, which were confiscated when he expelled the Spanish garrison from Monaco, and threw himself into the arms of France: so that he is duke of
The country from the forest of Fontainbleau to the Lyonnois, through which we passed, is rather agreeable than fertile, being part of Champagne and the dutchy of Burgundy, watered by three pleasant pastoral rivers, the Seine, the Yonne, and the Saone.
The hote Baths of Baden, Gebarsuil, Calben in the dutchy of
HE is called by the Germans Witen, and was forty years abbot of Pomposa, in the dutchy of Ferrara, in Italy, a man eminent in all virtues, especially patience, the love of solitude, and prayer.
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