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- (Polari) Alternative spelling of
- 1851, Mayhew, Henry, “Our Street Folk”, in London Labour and the London Poor, volume 3, published 1861, The History of Punch, page 50:
- And then, sometimes the blinds is all drawed down, on account of the sun, and that cooks our goose; or, it's too hot for people to stop and varder—that means, see.
- 1997, Gardiner, James, Who's a Pretty Boy Then?, page 137:
- Will you take a varder at the cartz on the feely-omi in the naf strides: the one with the bona blue ogles polarying the omi-palone with a vogue on and a cod sheitel.
- For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:vada.
- present tense of varda.