from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A huckster; a cadger.
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- noun obsolete A
huckster; a cadger.
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After they had been carefully fattened, a kiddier was sent for to give them the happy dispatch, but no sooner had he set eyes on his quarry than he scuttled off in alarm, and nothing would induce him to return, nor could any other butcher be prevailed upon to officiate, so that, my friend declared, he was obliged to roll up his sleeves and perform the gruesome, though necessary operation himself.
Prince of Persia's little brother: a cuter and kiddier version of jumping around and slashing your enemies.