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Sawder  n.  A corrupt spelling and pronunciation of solder.
Soft sawder, seductive praise; flattery; blarney. (Slang)

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"Sawder" Quotes from Famous Books

... dispose of a valuable property in New York. His annual income was guessed at L12,000. It is said that half the landed property in England had passed under his hammer. Robins, with incomparable powers of blarney and soft sawder, wrote poetical and alluring advertisements (attributed by some to eminent literary men), which were irresistibly attractive. His notice of the sale of the twenty-seven years' lease of the Olympic, at the death of Mr. Scott, in 1840, ...
— Old and New London - Volume I • Walter Thornbury

... that straight?" she asked. "You won't turn around afterwards and expect a lot of soft sawder because ...
— The Cinema Murder • E. Phillips Oppenheim

... girl, Amy. I must come down to plain soft-sawder. Put some of those things together prettily, as you know how, and drive over and take them to Sylvie Argenter this ...
— The Other Girls • Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney

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