from The Century Dictionary.

  • To strike violently; dash to pieces.

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  • verb obsolete To strike violently; dash to pieces.


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From Middle English todasshen, todaisshen, equivalent to to- +‎ dash.


  • With Roland†™ s consciousness trapped within Maerlyn†™ s Grapefruit, his ka-tet companion, Alain, enters the mystical todash space in an attempt to rescue his friend.

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  • Their way led them through a kitchen-all stainless steel and smoothly humming machines, quite different from the ancient cookhouse Susannah had visited todash beneath Castle Discordia-and although they saw the moderate clutter of the meal Nigel had prepared them, there was no sign of rats, living or dead.

    The Dark Tower

  • Well ... she'd come here todash, but he didn't think that exactly counted.

    The Dark Tower

  • Floating naked or not, nauseated or not, todash or not, Roland had never in his life been so glad to see anyone.

    The Dark Tower

  • There was the sound of todash chimes, repulsive and nauseating, making him want to grit his teeth in protest ... except his teeth were gone, too.

    The Dark Tower

  • Her legs-the very ones Susannah had used on their todash visit to New York, Roland had no doubt-were spread wide.

    The Dark Tower

  • He felt the terrible but pleasurable itching up the sides of his body as the spider-legs tried to burst through - seven instead of eight, thanks to the terriblenastyawful Blackbird Mommy who had been both preg and notpreg at the same time, and might she rot screaming in todash space forever (or at least until one of the Great Ones who lurked there found her).

    The Dark Tower

  • She was thinking about the tale Mia had told her during their todash visit to the abandoned town of Fedic-abandoned, that was, except for the likes of Sayre and Scowther and the marauding Wolves.

    The Dark Tower

  • Enough to fill my basket, he thought as he was flung, weightless, through darkness and the terrible sound of the todash chimes.

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  • The hum of the voices sounded sweetly in his ears, the perfect antidote to the ugly todash chimes.

    The Dark Tower


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