Fan"gle (?), n. [From Fang, v. t.; hence, prop., a taking up a new thing.]

Something new-fashioned; a foolish innovation; a gewgaw; a trifling ornament.


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Fan"gle, v. t.

To fashion.


To control and new fangle the Scripture. Milton.


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