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raggle

transitive verb rag·gle \ ˈragəl \

Definition of raggle

-ed/-ing/-s
: to cut a raggle in (stone)

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Origin and Etymology of raggle

origin unknown


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raggle

noun \ " \

Definition of raggle

plural -s
1 : a groove cut in masonry; especially : one that receives the upper edge of a flashing above a roof
2 : a manufactured building unit provided with a groove into which metal flashing can be fitted

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