harl definition

  • noun:
    • a fibre, especially a fibre of hemp or flax, or a person fibre of a feather
    • A barb, or barbs, of a fine big feather, at the time of a peacock or ostrich, used in dressing synthetic flies.
    • A filamentous substance; particularly, the filaments of flax or hemp.
    • A barb, or barbs, of an excellent large feather, as of a peacock or ostrich, -- used in dressing artificial flies.
    • The work of dragging.
    • Flax, hemp, wool, tresses, or any other filaments as drawn-out or hackled.
    • A barb of a feather from a peacock's end, used as a hackle in dressing fly-hooks. Additionally herl, hurl.
    • home gotten by means maybe not accounted honorable.
    • A considerable but long volume.
    • A leash (three) of hounds.
  • others:
    • To pull upon the floor; drag and power or violence; path.
    • To entangle; mistake.
    • To cut a slit in another of the hind feet of (a-dead pet), being suspend it.
    • To rough-east (a wall) with lime.
    • becoming dragged or pulled.
    • To trail; drag an individual's self.

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