a newborn or unweaned calf, especially one that is taken from its mother and hand-fed.
any young animal.
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How to use poddy in a sentence
"poddy is suffering from a bad attack of suppressed information," said Benwell, who had been examining him critically.The Beautiful White Devil | Guy Boothby
So far I knew that a smooth faced, poddy party had shot a golf ball with "Ha, ha!"Torchy As A Pa | Sewell Ford
He carried the slop-buckets to the pigsty for her, and helped to poddy (hand feed) a young calf.While the Billy Boils | Henry Lawson
Kind of a short, poddy party, who looks like he'd been upholstered generous once but had shrunk a lot.The House of Torchy | Sewell Ford
For it is a grievous thing to grow poddy: the age of Chivalry is gone then.Letters of Edward FitzGerald | Edward FitzGerald
British Dictionary definitions for poddy
a handfed calf or lamb
any creature at an early stage of growth: poddy mullet
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