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  • n. Plural form of kidling.

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Examples

  • On the way home, though, we ran into Sammy & kidlings, and the Elder Kidling has swim classes at the Mardyke on Mondays, so at the very least I can join them for a while and see if the pool is actually worth paying the gym fee for.

    holiday? what’s a holiday?

  • June 6, 2010 at 1:47 pm akshully, my experience wif teh kidlings haz convinsed me taht 3 iz wurse tahn 2. tehys bigger, stronger, smarter, an faster, an knows more ways to say NO!

    I goes to grocery store - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • As the kidlings scrambled for seats in the middle of the bleachers, my friends and I casually strolled over to the place on the end that had somehow become our usual spot.

    The Devil’s in the Diva

  • One would say him to hold whole a litteringture of kidlings under his aproham.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Oh, no, this was a seder with loooots of kidlings, aged anywhere from 6months on up.

    new theory - Danya Ruttenberg

  • Srinagar, the fresh, clear, pine-scented air was purely delightful, and a couple of days saw us "like kidlings blythe and merry" -- that is to say, as much so as a couple of sedate middle-aged people could reasonably be expected to appear.

    A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil

  • And in this there is great cunning, for the organisers hold pocket boroughs among the Swiss, and Bulgarians, and Servians and other European kidlings of the Balkans.

    A Tramp's Notebook

  • I've got to get the kidlings down for a nap, be back later.

    Boasting About Marines - W. Thomas Smith, Jr - Townhall Conservative

  • Pondering thus, she saw a she-goat enter a cavern hard by and presently issue thence and betake herself into the wood; whereupon she arose and entering whereas the goat had come forth, found there two little kidlings, born belike that same day, which seemed to her the quaintest and prettiest things in the world.

    The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio

  • So far, three beach days (Laguna) and one stroller walk in the wilderness park have happened, and this week I'm branching out with a car wash (we help eachother wash our own cars while the kidlings play) in my condo complex.

    womantalk.org

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