/ (dæd) /

  1. Richard. 1817–86, British painter of mythological and fairy scenes. He was committed to an asylum for patricide

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How to use Dadd in a sentence

  • For process of steaming, see Dadd's work on the Horse, p. 67.

  • The only really spiteful fellow among them was a man named Jem Dadd.

    Over The Side | W.W. Jacobs
  • Ram was soon out and away, to hunt up Jemmy Dadd, whom he found at last with his eyes half-closed, yawning prodigiously.

    Cutlass and Cudgel | George Manville Fenn
  • The door dragged up, and Ram was not alone, for his voice could be heard in conversation with Jemmy Dadd.

    Cutlass and Cudgel | George Manville Fenn
  • Jemmy Dadd was an old servant of Farmer Shackle, one who always made a point of doing as little as was possible about the farm.

    Cutlass and Cudgel | George Manville Fenn