bedraggle

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verb be·drag·gle \bi-ˈdra-gəl\

Definition of bedraggle

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to wet thoroughly

Examples of bedraggle in a sentence

  1. I was so bedraggled by the relentless rain that I couldn't wait to get into some dry clothes.

Origin and Etymology of bedraggle

be- + draggle


First Known Use: 1727



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