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  • noun Plural form of dudine.


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  • Perchance these dudelets and dudines will yet discover that they are descended in a direct line from King Adam the First and are heirs to the throne of Eden.

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 12 1919

  • The rear admiral in command of the Mediterranean fleet was ordered to Kronstadt with his flagship; sent to attend the coronation "as the naval envoy of the United States" -- a journey of some thousands of miles at a minimum expense of $1,000 a day, to watch a young dude stick a million-dollar dog muzzle on his own foolish pate, while his female running mate cavorted around with a dozen dudines supporting her tail-feathers!

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 1. 1898

  • But Gussy wouldn't tumbel if the hull of Broadway'd fall on him, cos he's mashed on a lot of dudines wot do the balleyin act in the academme.

    The Bad Boy At Home And His Experiences In Trying To Become An Editor - 1885 Metta Victoria Fuller Victor 1858


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