Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete spelling of could, preterit of can.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Sally says that I arrived at her house, in a pleasant culde-sac called Hawbury Mews, wearing my school blazer and a porkpie hat and carrying a girlie magazine under my arm.

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  • It singled out one beast, pursuing the terrified animal into a culde-sac caused by fallen trees.

    Dinosaur Planet

  • He looked around wildly, dreading the discovery that he was trapped in a culde-sac.

    The Stars My Destination

  • He looked around wildly, dreading the discovery that he was trapped in a culde-sac.

    The Stars My Destination

  • Note queedes hemselfes culde stonde so harde a fraie;

    The Rowley Poems

  • Botte culde (to mie hartes woe) ne fynde her anie wheere.

    The Rowley Poems

  • A Mediterranean-style, 17,200 sq ft, four-bedroom home in a culde-sac with water on two sides costs £2. 6m.

    This is Money | Home

  • It seems to us like finance has ended in this theoretical culde - sac.

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  • This single story home is in the North Pointe Estates gated community on a culde-sac.

    The Acorn

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