Definition of Cangled
1. cangle [v] - See also: cangle
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Literary usage of Cangled
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1. Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases by Anne Elizabeth Baker (1854)
"... point of talent AB is not fit to hold the candle to CD" cangled. Entangled. Applied to thread that is so twisted and interwoven, that it is not easily ..."
2. Galloway Gossip Sixty Years Ago: Being a Series of Articles Illustrative of by Maria Trotter, Saxon, Robert De Bruce Trotter (1877)
"... and the wife very nearly managed to get the best o't; but after they had cangled on for mair nor a week, and the man was just thinkin o' gien in, ..."