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  • n. Plural form of fudder.


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  • The more celebrated of the wines are all fermented in casks; and then, after being repeatedly racked, suffered to remain for years in large _fudders_ of 250 gallons, to acquire perfection by time.

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  • The wines mellow best in large vessels; hence the celebrated Heidelberg tun, thirty-one feet long by twenty-one high, and holding one hundred and fifty _fudders_, or six hundred hogsheads.

    The Automobilist Abroad


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