verb (used with object), redd or redd·ed, redd·ing.Northern and Midland U.S.
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"Well, you see, I reckon I know as much about this yer fever as the doctors do as never had it," replied Mrs. Redd.Anne|Constance Fenimore Woolson
There has been some cursed commotion among the folk of the hills, and I am out the morrow to redd the marches.Sir Quixote of the Moors|John Buchan
He can redd up his rival's pedigree, for example, and lower his pride (if need be) by detailing the disgraces of his kin.The House with the Green Shutters|George Douglas Brown
Of redd gold shines the yate; Of twenty foure faire ladyes there, The fairest is my mate.A Book of Ballads, Volume 3|Various
Could ye no' jist tak' a walk the length o' the auld place or I redd up a wee?'The Guinea Stamp|Annie S. Swan