brindled

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adjective brin·dled \-dəld\
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brindle

Definition of brindled

  1. :  having obscure dark streaks or flecks on a usually gray or tawny ground a brindled cow

Origin and Etymology of brindled

alteration of brinded


First Known Use: 1620


BRINDLED Defined for English Language Learners

brindled

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adjective brin·dled \-dəld\

Definition of brindled for English Language Learners

  • : having faint dark streaks or spots on a gray or light brown background


BRINDLED Defined for Kids

brindled

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adjective brin·dled \ˈbrin-dəld\

Definition of brindled for Students

  1. :  having dark streaks or spots on a gray or brownish background a brindled cow


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