Definition of Raddle. Meaning of Raddle. Synonyms of Raddle

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Definition of Raddle

Raddle
Raddle Rad"dle, n. [Cf. G. r["a]der, r["a]del, sieve, or perhaps E. reed.] 1. A long, flexible stick, rod, or branch, which is interwoven with others, between upright posts or stakes, in making a kind of hedge or fence. 2. A hedge or fence made with raddles; -- called also raddle hedge. --Todd. 3. An instrument consisting of a woodmen bar, with a row of upright pegs set in it, used by domestic weavers to keep the warp of a proper width, and prevent tangling when it is wound upon the beam of the loom.
Raddle
Raddle Rad"dle, v. t. To interweave or twist together. Raddling or working it up like basket work. --De Foe.
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Raddle Rad"dle, n. [Cf. Ruddle.] A red pigment used in marking sheep, and in some mechanical processes; ruddle. ``A ruddle of rouge.' --Thackeray.
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Raddle Rad"dle, v. t. To mark or paint with, or as with, raddle. ``Whitened and raddled old women.' --Thackeray.

Meaning of Raddle from wikipedia

- chest harness called a marking harness that holds a special crayon (or raddle, sometimes spelled reddle), ewes that have been mounted are marked with...
- Raddle is an unincorporated community in Fountain Bluff Township, Jackson County, Illinois, United States. Raddle is located on County Route 32 and the...
- traditional nickname for a male person from Rutland, a "Raddle Man" (https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/raddle#Etymology_1), derives. Earl of Rutland and Duke of...
- reared on a bottle. Also cade lamb, or placer. Pour-on – see backliner. Raddlecoloured pigment used to mark sheep for various reasons, such as to show...
- Sheep are often identified by farmers by using a paint mark called a raddle....
- as failure to attend the ****embly incurred a fine. It was also known as "raddle", "reddle", or "ruddle" and was used to mark sheep and can also be used...
- material was moved by a "raddle chain" from underneath the concave to the walkers. The clean grain fell between the raddle and the walkers onto the shoe...
- claim on the s****s of the Klon****. Two Canadians, Summy Skim and Ben Raddle, are unexpectedly bequeathed a mining claim in the Klon****. They encounter...
- with Emmanuel Hocquard, Twenty-two New (to North America) French Poets (Raddle Moon, 1997), with Norma Cole, and from French to English, Quelques-uns de...
- publications, including: Crayon, Conjunctions, The Paris Review, Sulfur, and Raddle Moon. Ward has received considerable recognition for her work including...