from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of caddie.


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  • Sometimes their mother is irritated into calling them 'cawdy li'l devils.'

    A Poor Man's House

  • Fortunately, in the height of his whimsical perplexity, he met the cawdy or porter who had carried his trunk, and who now served him as a guide.

    Oliver Goldsmith

  • Yu'd eat an eat till yu busted, I believe; an yu'm that cawdy [finical] over what yu has gie'd 'ee .... "

    A Poor Man's House


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