Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A female scold.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete A female scold.

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  • noun obsolete One who chides or nags; a scold.

Etymologies

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chide +‎ -ster

Examples

  • Yes | No | Report from brian. chidester wrote 9 weeks 4 hours ago

    I am looking to purchase a larger hub style blind than my Cabelas Lighting Setup.

  • Yes | No | Report from brian. chidester wrote 9 weeks 4 hours ago

    I am looking to purchase a larger hub style blind than my Cabelas Lighting Setup.

  • ‘dwelster’ (Jer.xxi. 13); and ‘singer’ ‘singster’ (2 Kin.xix. 35); so too, ‘chider’ had ‘chidester’ (Chaucer), as well as ‘chideress’,

    English Past and Present

  • Anyhow, she's all I've got, -- which is a marvel how the Lord deals with some of us, when you see a little chidester of a woman like Adam Frost's wife with fifteen, boys and girls, and me with only one nesh maid. "

    God's Good Man

  • Anyhow, she's all I've got, -- which is a marvel how the Lord deals with some of us, when you see a little chidester of a woman like Adam Frost's wife with fifteen, boys and girls, and me with only one nesh maid. "

    God's Good Man

  • Anyhow, she's all I've got, -- which is a marvel how the Lord deals with some of us, when you see a little chidester of a woman like Adam Frost's wife with fifteen, boys and girls, and me with only one nesh maid. "

    God's Good Man

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  • The new bride needs counsel to guide her

    But finds it too often denied her.

    The groom's jealous dam

    Makes family a sham,

    And glories in being a chidester.

    October 7, 2017