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  • n. Alternative form of soddie.


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  • The Ranger opened the door of the "soddy," stepped through, and closed it behind him.

    Oh, You Tex!

  • So, that will mean we will put even more money into the hands of the likes of Haliburton and KBR, who have already proved to over-charge us, produce soddy work, or even no work in Iraq so they can continue doing the same here in the US.

    The New World Order And The Stimulus

  • Another ill thought out soddy NuLabor piece of politic-legislation.

    How will these concessions work with transparency?

  • The log house and “soddy” gradually vanished, and the frame house with a shake roof took their place.


  • The Barnes family, bankers, had come as far as possible from the “prairie rascal” string bed of the frontier log house, from the one-room, all-purpose soddy that served the emigrant family.


  • My 91 year old grandmother can speak of the time during the depression in a soddy in oklahoma,where she watched her first child die of starvation.

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  • Without warping they hear a soddy voice continuallykhan shoubing and screeging about apples for sale.

    A Spaniard in the Works

  • The Spencers had chosen a different location for their second house, and the soddy was nearly a mile away from the present homesite.

    Wyoming Territory

  • She would dress warmly for the ride to the soddy tomorrow night, and plan her arrival for seven rather than eight so she could ignite the fire.

    Wyoming Territory

  • Cleaning the soddy had sapped Amanda's strength, which already had been depleted by her nearly sleepless night in Choice's bed.

    Wyoming Territory

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