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cady

n.

"hat, cap," 1846, of unknown origin.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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  • Morrison, ten and one fifth; Bunette, ten and two-fifths; cady, ten and a half.

    Ann Arbor Tales Karl Edwin Harriman
  • Left our encampment, cady thinking the snow would bear the horses.

  • (105.6 feet per mile) grade carries the line to cady's Pass and mouth of tunnel.

    A Report on Washington Territory William Henry Ruffner
  • Their given names were Frank and their surnames were, we will say, cady and Carey, respectively.

    The Comstock Club Charles Carroll Goodwin
  • But cady took it otherwise and his flat-featured face reddened violently, as though the pox were coming out on him.

    The Little Red Foot Robert W. Chambers
  • cady, Stone, and Clark had distributed a small portion of food to each of the famished beings.

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