rad|dled «RAD uhld», adjective.
coarsely streaked with red, as if painted with raddle: »

raddled cheeks.

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  • dled — brin·dled; han·dled; mid·dled; mud·dled; mud·dled·ness; rad·dled; …   English syllables

  • rad — am·rad; cha·rad·rii; cha·rad·ri·i·form; cha·rad·ri·i·for·mes; cha·rad·ri·us; col·o·rad·o·ite; con·el·rad; con·rad·son; do·rad; do·rad·i·dae; fa·rad·ic; for·rad; for·rad·er; ir·rad·i·ca·ble; ir·rad·i·cate; ka·me·rad; maa·rad; mac·rad·e·nous;… …   English syllables

  • rad|dle — rad|dle1 «RAD uhl», noun, verb, dled, dling. –n. 1. one of the many slender sticks fastened to or woven between upright stakes, as to form a fence. 2. such sticks. 3. a fence made of them. –v.t. = interweave. (Cf. ↑interweave) ╂[< Anglo French …   Useful english dictionary

  • raddled — rad·dled …   English syllables

  • raddled — rad·dled (rădʹld) adj. Worn out and broken down.   [Origin unknown.] * * * …   Universalium

  • raddled — rad|dled [ˈrædld] adj BrE someone who looks raddled looks old or tired ▪ her raddled face …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • raddle — I rad•dle [[t]ˈræd l[/t]] v. t. dled, dling to interweave; wattle • Etymology: 1665–75; v. use of raddle lath < AF reidele pole, rail (OF redelle; cf. F ridelle) II rad•dle [[t]ˈræd l[/t]] n. ruddle …   From formal English to slang

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