Crossword clues for chads
n. (plural of chad English)
Usage examples of "chads".
Lambert has a very good notion of gunnery, and Chads, his first lieutenant, is a very scientific officer.
He clapped the glass to, and heaviness forgotten he shot down on deck like a boy to join Chads on the forecastle.
And now I come to think of it, Chads tells me you have very handsomely offered to fight a pair of guns yourself and to keep an eye on the forward battery.
Then Captain Lambert nodded to Mr Chads, and the drum volleyed and thundered fore and aft.
On the quarterdeck he found Chads, equally bandaged, equally pale, with a fine determined light blazing in his eye: Chads was now in command of the ship.
He stood by Chads as they turned aft, considering the situation: the deck before them was a shambles.
The carpenter stepped up to Chads and said, 'Six foot four inches in the well, sir, if you please, and gaining fast.
From service gossip and the proceedings of the court-martial that acquitted Chads and the surviving officers of the Java they knew far more about the battle with the Constitution than did Stephen, but there were gaps in their knowledge and they plied him with questions: had the Americans used bar-shot?
He did not really fear that any important part could be deciphered, but it would have been wiser to toss the diary overboard with a weight attached, as Chads had thrown the Java's signal-book in its leaden covers and General Hislop his despatches.
I saw that it was Chads, Lady of the Lake, her fair hair bound in a length of cloth and wound around her head, her tall, elegant form clothed in a simple coarse robe such as the monks around her wore.
Despite the agony of her distress, she smiled at Chads and I saw the killing plague retreat, if only for a moment.
I saw that it was Chads, Lady of the Lake , her fair hair bound in a length of cloth and wound around her head, her tall, elegant form clothed in a simple coarse robe such as the monks around her wore.
Maelwys and Chads and I sat before the hearth in our chairs and talked about all that had taken place in my absence — until the doors of the hall were opened and some of the serving girls came running in from the snow outside, laughing, their arms full of holly and green ivy.
They were all gone, even the body of poor Bertred, gone to a grave in Saint Chads churchyard.