from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as chudder.


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  • The old woman counted through the notes, and then securely tied them into the end of her chudda.

    Six Women Victoria Cross 1910

  • Otherwise our Spanish tour was, so far as we then knew, absolutely without incident; but when we got too far away to return we found that we had been among brigands as well as beggars, and all the Spanish picaresque fiction seemed to come true in the theft of a black chudda shawl, which had indeed been so often lost in duplicate that it was time it was entirely lost.

    Roman Holidays, and Others William Dean Howells 1878


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