Rud"dle (?), v. t.

To raddle or twist.

[Obs.]

 

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Rud"dle, n.

A riddle or sieve.

[Obs.]

Holland.

 

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Rud"dle, n. [See Rud; cf. Reddle.] Min.

A species of red earth colored by iron sesquioxide; red ocher.

 

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Rud"dle, v. t.

To mark with ruddle; to raddle; to rouge.

"Their ruddled cheeks."

Thackeray.

A fair sheep newly ruddled. Lady M. W. Montagu.

 

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