Definition of 'caddish'
Example sentences containing 'caddish'
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Giles, he had said his Christian name was, and that, she thought, was a caddish sort of name. LOHENGRINHe wondered whether he ought to leave her alone, but that seemed a caddish thing to do. SOMETHING IN THE WATERThe English had a word, ` caddish ", for this sort of self-satisfied disclosure by a man. DARE CALL IT TREASON
Synonyms of 'caddish'
ungentlemanly, low, despicable, ill-bred
Trends of 'caddish'
Used Rarely. caddish is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of caddish from the Collins English Dictionary
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