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  • v. Present participle of caudle.


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  • I can perfectly take care of myself, and need no nursing or caudling whatever.

    The Evil Guest

  • His is emphatically a Virtue that has become, through every fibre, conscious of itself; it is all sick, and feels as if it were made of glass, and durst not touch or be touched; in the shape of work, it can do nothing; at the utmost, by incessant nursing and caudling, keep itself alive.

    Paras. 1-19

  • "Tell your new mother inlaw to stop molly caudling her son he has a responsibility now. it's obvious you want the mother ..."

    The Daily Record - Home


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