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  • n. Plural form of herdic.


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  • Campagna in the nature of things -- that would be a change -- and it was not possible to the human mind, however sophisticated, with a livelong experience of street cars and herdics, to stroll up and take a seat in

    A Voyage of Consolation (being in the nature of a sequel to the experiences of 'An American girl in London')

  • He hurried out to the front of the station, where the row of herdics greeted him savagely.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 2, January, 1896

  • He left the car and hurried back through the station and out through the electrics, hacks, herdics, carts, and string-teams of Causeway Street, and up the sidewalk of the street opening into it, as far as the S.B. & H.C. freight-depot.

    A Pair of Patient Lovers

  • At Mrs. Secretary Miller's door there was a rapid arrival and departure of carriages, of coupes, of hansoms, and of herdics, all managed by a man in plain livery, who opened and shut the doors, and sent the drivers off without the intervention of a policeman; it is the genius of

    April Hopes

  • a station; then a lot of string teams and slow, heavy-laden trucks got before him, with a turmoil of express wagons, herdics, and hacks, in which he was near being run over, and was yelled at, sworn at, and laughed at as he stood bewildered, with his lank bag in his hand.

    The Minister's Charge


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