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Definition of "stiddy" [stid•dy]

  • Eye dialect spelling of steady. (adjective)
  • An anvil (noun)
  • A blacksmith's shop; a stithy. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "stiddy" in a sentence
  • "I didn't know but it was the boy that had set him on to go to meeting when I see him walk in, and I could 'a wrung his neck; but I guess I misjudged him; he was called a stiddy boy."
  • "He thinks of stationary dwellings as Long Tom Coffin did of land in general; a house may be well enough for incidental purposes, but for a "stiddy" residence give him a "kerridge.""
  • "Ike was working "stiddy" although she had not yet seen the color of his money and she was still dependent upon the washing with which a number of families supplied her, and the substantial help given by her old mother's labor at the treasury."