Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Chief: in Bengal specifically noting several important departments of government: as, the sudder court or sudder adawlet; the sudder board (of revenue); the sudder station, or the chief station of a district, where the civil officials reside.

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Examples

  • I thank you for articulating something that has been disturbing me for a while and is even starting to turn me off to beer *sudder*.

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  • Huk Khân should have full control in all matters relative to his office, and the sole appointment and dismission of the sudder and mofussil officers; and that his seal and signature should be authentic to all papers having relation to the business intrusted to him: I therefore intimate to you, that he should appoint and dismiss all the officers under him, and that your Excellency should not interfere in any one

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 12 (of 12)

  • I do a lot of roadriding, and sudder every time I hear about an incident such as the unfortunate one you describe.

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  • Using a current Sata drive for recorded shows and the TV buffer is fine, recording 4 shows wile watching a Cablecard HD program did not provide a single sudder on my D5100t HP (transplanted into a HTPC case).

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  • I sudder to think of the foreign policy nightmares, and the reentrenchment of terrorism in the world should he be in charge.

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  • a mere village; the second, the central or sudder station of several villages; the third, a town of more extended population and importance.

    Hindu Law and Judicature from the Dharma-Sástra of Yájnavalkya

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