"budder" took his and said, "Thank you, mother;" but what do you think dear Baby did?
The budder follows a row throughout its length, passing over those trees which are too small to work.
And Baby, of course, was quite satisfied, as "budder" said so.
This may be done immediately in advance of the budder, or it may have been done a few days before the budding.
The bud is inserted an inch or two above the surface of the ground or as low down as the budder can work.
Wake up, dear old Toddie, budder—it's Aunt Alice's birthday now.
Various styles of budding knives are in use, and the budder usually has decided preferences for some particular pattern.
The tying is usually done by a boy, who should follow close behind the budder in order that the buds shall not dry out.
"Why didn't they give him rattles and squealey-balls, like folks did budder Phillie when he was a baby," asked Toddie.
late 14c., budde, origin unknown, perhaps from Old French boter "push forward, thrust," itself a Germanic word (cf. Dutch bot "bud," Old Saxon budil "bag, purse," German Beutel), or perhaps from Old English budd "beetle."
c.1400; see bud (n.). Related: Budded; budding.
A small, rounded anatomical structure or organic part, such as a taste bud.
An asexual reproductive structure, as in yeast or a hydra, that consists of an outgrowth capable of developing into a new individual.
To put forth or cause to put forth buds.
To reproduce asexually by forming a bud.
Verb To form or produce a bud or buds.
Marijuana: There was no pain yet, just numbness, kind of like smoking bud
[1980s+ Teenagers; fr Budda, Buddha sticks, earlier terms for marijuana]