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caddishPart of speech: Adjective Part of speech: Adverb
Caddishly.Part of speech: Noun
Caddishness.Usage examples "caddish":
- Their vulgar slippers, their clumsy, caddish feet had trodden on the poor, poor tender souls, trodden on them in the passage and along the stairs; and he heard them panting and sobbing, so loudly, so loudly, in their mortal anguish, that he could not understand why the whole town had not come running up in sheer alarm, to see the poor souls and help them. - "The Twilight of the Souls", Louis Couperus.
- It may be caddish, but I'm not. - "The Fugitive (Third Series Plays)", John Galsworthy.
- She was afraid that she had been a bit of a snob, a trifle caddish. - "In a Little Town", Rupert Hughes.