kidded kidded  /ˈkɪ dɪd/


  1. (n) a young person of either sex
  2. (n) soft smooth leather from the hide of a young goat
  3. (n) English dramatist (1558-1594)
  4. (n) a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age
  5. (n) young goat
  6. (v) tell false information to for fun
  7. (v) be silly or tease one another


  1. What they saw, in Earl Carroll's gaudy Hollywood restaurant, was enough to make some of them wonder who was being kidded.
  2. She even kidded her own teasing reticence on an episode of The Larry Sanders Show that had her hopping into bed for man-woman sex with the fictional male talk-show host.
  3. An American passenger kidded that Pan, who was assigned to the last row, could at least look forward to surviving if the plane crashed.


  • Meridian students stock up for Blue Mound food pantry

    BLUE MOUND — After teacher Terri Hill kidded a couple of her students about being “real women” because they hoisted a heavy box of canned goods between them and toted it out to the waiting truck, eighth-grader Marshall Brown couldn’t resist.
    on November 15, 2013     Source: Herald & Review


  1. "He seemed fine. He was very determined," Dodgers manager Joe Torre said. "He didn't seem edgy at all. He was out there, he was a teammate. He did all the things he'd normally do. He seemed pretty comfortable to me. He kidded about it a...
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: Joe Torre Source: The Associated Press

  2. "I have a feeling he will be hearing about that for the rest of his life," Nicklaus said. "He will be kidded about it, have fun with it, laugh about it and remember it for the rest of his life."
    on Sep 29, 2007 By: Jack Nicklaus Source: Independent Online

  3. "He was the most dominating reliever I ever saw. He looked like he was 10 feet tall,"' Tanner said. "I kidded him once and told him he was my Marilyn Monroe. He looked at me and said, 'What?' And I said, 'I know I'm never going to take her...
    on Jan 9, 2008 By: Chuck Tanner Source:

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