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General Crossword Questions for “gadding”

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  • The Wrights refused to teach me and tried to discourage the idea. They said they needed me in the shop and to service their machines, and if I learned to fly, I'd be gadding about the country and maybe become an exhibition pilot, and then they'd never see me again."(photo: ?) Born. — “Charlie Taylor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
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  • I was born in Cartagena de Indias, a small city in Colombia. where have you been gadding? [edit] Know Thyself. INFP. This user's MBTI type is INFP. This test you can take here was quite. — “User:Rosameliamartinez - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • He encircled his gadding hair with a coronal of vineleaves, smiling at Vincent. — “Ulysses” by James Joyce
  • 'I want to drink,' he exclaimed fretfully, turning away. 'Zillah is constantly gadding off to Gimmerton since papa went: it's miserable! And I'm obliged to come down here–they resolved never to hear me up-stairs.' — “Wuthering Heights” by Emily Bronte
  • His visits to Bartram-Haugh, I heard, were desultory; and this, to my relief, would probably not outlast a week or a fortnight. 'He was such a fashionable cove:' he was always 'a gadding about, mostly to Liverpool and Birmingham, and sometimes to Lunnun, itself.' He was 'keeping company one time with Beauty, Governor thought, and he was awfully afraid he'd a married her; but that was all bosh and nonsense; and Beauty would have none of his chaff and wheedling, for she liked Tom Brice;' and Milly thought that Dudley never 'cared a crack of a whip for her.' He used to go to the Windmill to have 'a smoke with Pegtop;' and he was a member of the Feltram Club, that met at the 'Plume o' Feathers.' He was 'a rare good shot,' she heard; and 'he was before the justices for poaching, but they could make nothing of it.' And the Governor said 'it was all through spite of him–for they hate us for being better blood than they.' And 'all but the squires and those upstart folk loves Dudley, he is so handsome and gay–though he be a bit cross at home.' And, 'Governor says, he'll be a Parliament man yet, spite o' them all.' — “Uncle Silas” by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • I intended to convey that our charming host and hostess were superior to the follies of fashion, and preferred leading a simple and wholesome life to gadding about to twopenny-halfpenny tea-drinking afternoons, and living above their incomes." — “The Diary of a Nobody” by George Grossmith
  • "Hold your tongue, you disrespectful old bird! And, Jo, you'd better go at once. It isn't proper to be gadding about so late with a rattlepated boy like..." — “Little Women” by Louisa M. Alcott
  • "No harm has been done," said Sancho; "come, we will leave you at your father's house; perhaps they will not have missed you; and another time don't be so childish or eager to see the world; for a respectable damsel should have a broken leg and keep at home; and the woman and the hen by gadding about are soon lost; and she who is eager to see is also eager to be seen; I say no more." — “Don Quixote” by Miguel De Cervantes


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