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Definition of "maud" [maud]

  • A grey plaid once worn by shepherds in Scotland. (noun)

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Use "maud" in a sentence
  • "His black cloak had seen service; the waistcoat of grey plaid bore yet stronger marks of having encountered more than one campaign; his third piece of dress was an absolute veteran compared to the others; his shoes were so loaded with mud as showed his journey must have been pedestrian; and a grey maud, which fluttered around his wasted limbs, completed such an equipment as, since"
  • "Inside, I wrote down one of my favorite Lucy maud montgomery quotes: Green Gables is the dearest, loveliest spot in the world."
  • "L. M. Montgomery—Lucy maud, or just maud to her friends—was a fascinating woman."