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Definition of the noun raddle
What does raddle mean as a name of something?
- a red iron ore used in dyeing and marking
Alternative definition of the noun raddle
- A red ochre.
- synonym: reddle
Definition of the verb raddle
What does raddle mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: raddled | raddling | raddles
- twist or braid together, interlace
- mark or paint with raddle
Alternative definition of the verb raddle
- To mark with raddle; to daub something red.
- synonym: reddle
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for raddle
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Theory and Practice by Yakup Paker, Jean-Pierre Banatre, Muslim Bozyigit
Discussion RADDLE is a very interesting model which integrates concepts from object-oriented programming and concepts from parallel...
by H. E. Bal
Raddle is a language for the design of large distributed systems. EPL is an object -based language based on Concurrent Euclid [Holt 1982]. EPL is used with the Eden ...
Woven Textiles (2014)
A Designer's Guide by Sharon Kearley
A raddle is a tool used at the time of winding the warp onto the loom. Its purpose is to allow an even tension between threads, to untangle the threads whilst beaming on and to separate them evenly across the back beam. MONEYSAVING TIP ...
Cowboy Poets & Cowboy Poetry (2000)
by David Stanley, Elaine Thatcher
"Ratty" here means "mad"; raddle is a colored ochre used for marking sheep; "knock up" means to construct hastily; a greenhide saddle is one built of fresh, ...
Richard Elliott, Financier (2007)
by George Carling
" Raddle is a very helpful man, Richard, very helpful. It is little influences such as these which shape great enterprises ; which help us in our efforts toward the consolidation of energies, ...
by Charles Hamilton Teeling
T Raddle is a coarse kind of red paint. with which sheep are marked when purchased in our fairs, to distinguish them from those that have not been sold. * The truly pious and venerated Oliver Plunkett, Archbishop of THE IRISH REBELLION.
by Ann Pollard Rowe, Laura M. Miller, Lynn A. Meisch
Theweavernexttiesa raddle(rastrillo S.)ontotheloom between thebeater and the back (Fig. 8.14). The raddle is a board with a row of nails pounded into it and used to space out the warp. The end loops of the new warp are slipped over the loom ...
The Godzone Dictionary (2010)
Of Favourite New Zealand Words and Phrases by Max Cryer
raddle A thick, heavy piece of coloured chalk used to mark livestock for identification assistance when drafting. The word began in old English as rudd, meaning red, and because the most common marker used by farmers was made from an ...
by Paul A. Rees
rabbit rabbit breeds rabbit warren rabies race raddle raddle crayon raddle harness raddling Radford Report radial symmetry radio collar radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, electronic identification (EID) technology radio pill radio ...
Illustrations of English Philology ... Consisting of I. A critical examination of Dr. Johnson's Dictionary. II. Remarks on Mr. D. Stewart's essay “On the tendency of some late philological speculations.” To which is now added, An Advertisement; containing extracts from the English Lexicon, publishing in the Encyclopædia Metropolitana, and from the English Dictionary of Dr. Johnson (1826)
by Charles RICHARDSON (LL.D.)
RADDLE, WREATH, n.s. (hpeo'o, Saxon.) WRY, 1. Any thing curled or twisted. RIDDLE. RIDDLE, 11.8. (pasbclf, Saxon, from Reade, counsel, perhaps a trial of wit.) 1. An enigma. And, 3. A coarse or open sieve. Under the verb To RIDDLE, ...
Being the Complete Vocabulary of All Dialect Words Still in Use, Or Known to Have Been in Use During the Last Two Hundred Years by Joseph Wright
A chimney made of rods, laths, or raddles, and covered with loam or lime. RADDLE, si.1 and v.1 Sc. Cum. Wm. Yks. Lan. Chs. Lin. Der. Ken. Sus. Som. Also in form ruddle ne.Lan.1 Ken.12 [ra'dl, ...
by Leslie Dunkling
' In The Pickwick Papers, by Charles Dickens, Mrs Raddle also objects to the word being applied to ...
by Joseph Wright
the bullicks be a-brokt out agee-an in the turmuts, urn down and cut a thurn or two and put up a good raddle, eens mid stap 'em proper. 3. pi. Slight strips of wood employed in thatching barns and other buildings. Cum. Obs. (K.) ...
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Video shows what raddle means. A red ochre.. raddle synonyms: reddle, ruddle. Raddle Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
Quotes about raddle
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Scrabble value of R1A1D2D2L1E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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