adjective, sod·di·er, sod·di·est.
noun, plural sod·dies.
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Professor Soddy has given an interesting picture of what might happen when the sun's light and heat is no longer what it is.
Professor Soddy says, "Natural philosophy may explain a rainbow but not a rabbit."The Breath of Life|John Burroughs
So far Professor Soddy, but let the writer add that there is this point about the scientific world not to be overlooked.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells
The modern dynamo, as Professor Soddy puts it, may be looked upon as an electron pump.
He had arranged a blind in the brush from which he could see the back of the Menendez "soddy."Oh, You Tex!|William Macleod Raine