raddled

raddle

1 [rad-l]
verb (used with object), raddled, raddling.
to interweave; wattle.

Origin:
1665–75; v. use of raddle lath < Anglo-French reidele pole, rail of a cart (Old French redelle; compare French ridelle)

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raddle

2 [rad-l]
noun
verb (used with object), raddled, raddling.
3.
to color coarsely.
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raddle1 (ˈrædəl)
 
vb
(tr) another word for interweave
 
[C17: from obsolete noun sense of raddle meaning a rod, wattle, or lath, from Old French redalle a stick, pole; of obscure origin]

raddle2 (ˈrædəl)
 
vb
1.  chiefly (Brit) (tr) to paint (the face) with rouge
 
n, —vb
2.  another word for ruddle
 
[C16: variant of ruddle]

raddled (ˈrædəld)
 
adj
(esp of a person) unkempt or run-down in appearance
 
[C17: from raddle²]

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