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1raddle

noun rad·dle \ˈra-dəl\

Definition of RADDLE

:  red ocher

Origin of RADDLE

Middle English radel, from diminutive of rad-, red red
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with RADDLE

2raddle

verb
rad·dledrad·dling \ˈrad-liŋ, ˈra-dəl-iŋ\

Definition of RADDLE

transitive verb
:  to mark or paint with raddle

First Known Use of RADDLE

1631

Rhymes with RADDLE

3raddle

verb
rad·dledrad·dling

Definition of RADDLE

transitive verb
:  to twist together :  interweave

Origin of RADDLE

English dialect raddle supple stick interwoven with others as in making a fence
First Known Use: 1671

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