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TED'DER, noun

1. A rope or chain by which an animal is tied that he may feed on the ground to the extent of the rope and no further. Hence the popular saying, a person has gone to the length of his tedder

2. That by which one is restrained.

TED'DER, verb transitive To tie with a tedder; to permit to feed to the length of a rope or chain.

1. To restrain to certain limits.

Te deum, a hymn to be sung in churches or on occasions of joy; so called from the first words.

Te deum was sung at St. Paul's after the victory.