Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of cadie.
  • n. Plural form of cady.

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Examples

  • Many “cadies” and “quoddys” are to be found in the place names of northern New England and eastern Canada.12 Both ideas are correct, but the first had priority.

    Champlain's Dream

  • All cadies are rich: they live by selling themselves to the highest bidder.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • 'He might have left it to the cadies of the toon for drink.'

    Border Ghost Stories

  • Then he’s such a steady fellow—some of them are always changing their alehouses, so that they have twenty cadies sweating after them like the bareheaded captains traversing the taverns of East-Cheap in search of Sir John Falstaff.

    Chapter XXXIX

  • All Edinburgh men and boys know that when sedan-chairs were discontinued, the old cadies sank into ruinous poverty, and became synonymous with roughs.

    Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol. 1 A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook

  • The gentry are no doubt philosophers enough to bring up their bairns like sheep to the slaughter, and dispatch them as cadies to Bengal and the Cape of Good Hope, as soon as they are grown up; when, lo and behold! the first news they hear of them is in a letter, sealed with black wax, telling how they died of the liver complaint, and were buried by six blacks two hours after.

    The Life of Mansie Wauch tailor in Dalkeith

  • Then he's such a steady fellow; some of them are always changing their ale-houses, so that they have twenty cadies sweating after them, like the bare-headed captains traversing the taverns of Eastcheap in search of Sir John Falstaff.

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Volume 02

  • A filipina mother woman sitting on the bench beside the sidewalk, selling cadies and cigarettes, small business and small profits for daily income, Tuesday, January,

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  • Then he’s such a steady fellow; some of them are always changing their ale-houses, so that they have twenty cadies sweating after them, like the bare-headed captains traversing the taverns of Eastcheap in search of Sir John Falstaff.

    Guy Mannering

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