Definition of raddle:

part of speech: noun

A hedge formed by interweaving the branches of trees: a species of red earth, colored by sesquioxide of iron, used for marking sheep: a layer of raddle or other red pigment. " Some of us have more serious things to hide than a yellow cheek behind a raddle of rouge."- Thackeray.

part of speech: verb

To twist together.

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