bedraggle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • which will make wet and limp.
    • To draggle; to earth, as garments which, in hiking, are experienced to pull in dust, mud, etc.
    • to produce damp and limp.
    • To draggle; to earth, as garments which, in hiking, tend to be suffered to drag in dust, mud, etc.
  • verb:
    • to help make anything damp and limp.
    • make damp and dirty, as from rain
    • to help make one thing wet and limp.
    • make damp and dirty, as from rainfall
  • others:
    • To soil or damp by dragging in soil, dirt, moist locations, etc., because the bottom of a garment in walking; cause to seem damp and limp, as a flag when rained upon.
    • To earth or wet by dragging in dirt, dirt, wet locations, etc., whilst the bottom of a garment in walking; trigger appearing wet and limp, as a flag when rained upon.

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