Definition of daggle
1 archaic : to wet and soil (as a garment) by dragging in mire
2 archaic : to make wet by sprinkling or splashing : draggle clothes daggled by the splash of passing vehicles
archaic : to trail or drag about (as through mud or slush)
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Origin and Etymology of daggle
frequentative of 2dag
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