Webster 1913 Edition
Webster 1828 Edition
1.A rope or chain by which an animal is tied that he may feed on the ground to the extent of the rope and no further. Hence the popular saying, a person has gone to the length of his tedder.
2.That by which one is restrained.
1.To restrain to certain limits.
Te deum, a hymn to be sung in churches or on occasions of joy; so called from the first words.
Te deum was sung at St. Paul's after the victory.
tedder (plural tedders)
- A machine for stirring and spreading hay, to expedite its drying.
machine for stirring and spreading hay
tedder (third-person singular simple present tedders, present participle teddering, simple past and past participle teddered)
- Alternative form of tether