Definition of sadware
1 : flat and usually cold-pressed or hammered pieces (as plates) of fine pewter as distinguished from vessels (as mugs or measures)
2 : ley pewter
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Origin and Etymology of sadware
1sad + ware; from its heaviness and solidity
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