gadling definition

  • noun:
    • roving vagabond; one who roams
    • a person of humble problem; a fellow; a reduced other; lowborn; originally comrade or partner, in an excellent feeling, but later utilized in reproach
    • See gad, n., 4.
    • A roving vagabond.
    • roving vagabond; one who roams
    • a person of humble condition; a fellow; a minimal fellow; lowborn; originally comrade or companion, in a great good sense, but later utilized in reproach
    • See gad, n., 4.
    • A roving vagabond.
    • a guy of modest problem; a fellow; a low fellow; initially (in Anglo-Saxon), a fellow, connect, or partner, in a beneficial good sense, but later utilized in reproach. Compare similar uses of fellow and friend.
    • A vagabond; a person who gads about.
    • roving vagabond; a person who roams
    • a guy of modest problem; a fellow; a reduced fellow; lowborn; initially comrade or companion, in a great good sense, but later utilized in reproach
    • See gad, n., 4.
    • A roving vagabond.
    • a person of humble problem; a fellow; a decreased fellow; originally (in Anglo-Saxon), a fellow, connect, or friend, in a beneficial feeling, but later found in reproach. Compare comparable utilizes of other and companion.
    • a guy of modest condition; a fellow; a minimal other; initially (in Anglo-Saxon), a fellow, connect, or friend, in a beneficial good sense, but later on found in reproach. Compare comparable uses of other and friend.
    • roving vagabond; person who roams
    • A vagabond; one who gads about.
    • A man of humble problem; a fellow; a decreased fellow; lowborn; originally comrade or companion, in a good sense, but later found in reproach
    • A vagabond; one that gads about.
    • See gad, n., 4.
    • Same as gad, 2.
    • Same as gad, 2.
    • Same as gad, 2.
    • A roving vagabond.
    • a person of modest problem; a fellow; a minimal fellow; originally (in Anglo-Saxon), a fellow, associate, or partner, in good feeling, but later on used in reproach. Compare comparable utilizes of other and partner.
    • A vagabond; one who gads about.
    • just like gad, 2.
  • adjective:
    • Gadding about.
    • Gadding about.
    • Gadding about.
    • Gadding about.
  • others:
    • Given to gadding about; gadding.
    • directed at gadding about; gadding.
    • provided to gadding about; gadding.
    • fond of gadding about; gadding.

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