Definitions

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  • verb Simple past of chide.
  • verb Past participle of chide

Etymologies

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Examples

  • i dont you would like for people like you to call your chid evil, and to tell you that he is mentle!!!!!

    The Natchez Democrat

  • They're not arguing that ISPs deep-scan every image on their servers and run it through some kind of chid-porn detection algorithm (which couldn't even exist at the moment), simply to report child porn when they see it.

    FriendFeed - georgeh

  • We usually put numbing cream on the skin, so your chid will not feel pain.

    Implantable Venous Port

  • Now these Republicans come out of the woodwork and have the gaul to chid people about spending!

    Congress needs to rein in spending, Thune says

  • Your chid may have symptoms such as agitation, hyperactivity and shaking hands.

    Cough and Cold Medicine

  • And the eyes are as clear and true as in the days when Neepoosa chid thee for wrong-doing, and thou wouldst not put false words upon thy tongue.

    CHAPTER 2

  • But modern writing, especially in Amdo, appears to be influenced, even inspired by the uncluttered and intensely Tibetan poetry and prose of the imperial period based on the ancient song-verses of the lu, gur and chid forms, and especially the Gesar epic.

    Jamyang Norbu: Language, Identity & Revolution in Tibet

  • But modern writing, especially in Amdo, appears to be influenced, even inspired by the uncluttered and intensely Tibetan poetry and prose of the imperial period based on the ancient song-verses of the lu, gur and chid forms, and especially the Gesar epic.

    Jamyang Norbu: Language, Identity & Revolution in Tibet

  • But modern writing, especially in Amdo, appears to be influenced, even inspired by the uncluttered and intensely Tibetan poetry and prose of the imperial period based on the ancient song-verses of the lu, gur and chid forms, and especially the Gesar epic.

    Jamyang Norbu: Language, Identity & Revolution in Tibet

  • But modern writing, especially in Amdo, appears to be influenced, even inspired by the uncluttered and intensely Tibetan poetry and prose of the imperial period based on the ancient song-verses of the lu, gur and chid forms, and especially the Gesar epic.

    Jamyang Norbu: Language, Identity & Revolution in Tibet

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