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Definitions of Dade

  1. To hold up by leading strings or by the hand, as a child while he toddles.
  2. To walk unsteadily, as a child in leading strings, or just learning to walk; to move slowly.
  3. To hold up by leading- strings.
  4. To totter along, as in leading- strings.
  5. To teach a child to walk; to hold up a child by leading- strings while attempting to walk.
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Usage examples for Dade

  1. Dade grinned a little. – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  2. Townshend Dade Quo: Henry Gunnell 1767 Marmaduke Beckwith Robert Adam John Hunter dead Richard Sanford Wm. – The Fairfax County Courthouse by Ross D. Netherton Ruby Waldeck
  3. Likely if he had, hit would have been him a- hidin' now, an' Frale dade – The Mountain Girl by Payne Erskine
  4. " Ah, that's the talk," was the rejoinder, and Jukes Dade chuckled with grim delight. – The Girl Aviators and the Phantom Airship by Margaret Burnham
  5. That horse is sure a wonder, Dade – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  6. Dade pulled in a little and looked anxiously into his face. – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  7. " You ain't the only one who made that mistake," Dade retorted grimly, and looked back. – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  8. Dade rode on beyond a little, wooded knoll before he stopped, lest the crowd, seeing them halt, might think it worth while to follow them afoot. – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  9. Be ye most dade honey? – The Mountain Girl by Payne Erskine
  10. Haven't time right now, Dade – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  11. And every reason for believing she will have, considering the fact that a dandy like Dade Newbert is going to pitch for her. – Rival Pitchers of Oakdale by Morgan Scott
  12. Dade if you pass up that place, I'll- I'll swear you're crazy. – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  13. You go ahead and take the job, Dade – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  14. " I'm not going to take it," said Dade – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  15. " It doesn't matter," Dade repeated. – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  16. Since the coincidence had not struck him before, one might guess that he was accustomed to having Dade at his elbow when he was most needed. – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  17. " Better come, anyway," urged Dade though he was not hopeful of winning his way. – The Gringos by B. M. Bower
  18. Dade Newbert is a dandy. – Rival Pitchers of Oakdale by Morgan Scott