Definition of Dartled

1. Verb. (past of dartle) ¹



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Definition of Dartled

1. dartle [v] - See also: dartle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dartled

dart
dart board
dart player
dart thrower
dartars
dartboard
dartboards
darted
darter
darters
darting
dartingly
dartings
dartitis
dartle
dartled (current term)
dartles
dartlike
dartling
dartoic
dartoic tissue
dartoid
dartre
dartres
dartrous
darts
darunavir

Literary usage of Dartled

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1. Specimens of English Literature from the 'Ploughmans Crede' to the by Walter William Skeat (1879)
"... gliding hastily, as it were, from the heat or sun, through clear streams, with fins shining brown as cinnabar, and chisel-tails, dartled here and there. ..."

2. Poems and Plays by Percy MacKaye (1916)
"But shyly three and four, with slantwise wing, dartled from heaven back, and hovering Around my head, Sung my dear earth instead, Then nested down, ..."

3. The Story of the Exposition: Being the Official History of the International by Frank Morton Todd (1921)
"... splintered them into millions of colored lances and dartled them all over the grounds and the nearby heights of the city, the effect was at once ..."

4. Goblins and Pagodas by John Gould Fletcher (1916)
"Flaming sunset: Mad conflagrations Licking at the earth, The blue'black walls of space, Iron mountains vast on the horizon. 0 golden spear that dartled ..."

5. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1866)
"star after star came forth, the Milky Way shimmered along the vault, planets dartled red and gold, ..."

6. The Novelist's Magazine (1781)
"... and the blood appeal* upon his cloaths, he was fo dartled at the fight, that he ran 19 him, and tore his breall ..."

7. Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopaedia of Universal Authorship by Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon (1893)
"Within the brake She'd wonder—" Had she hurt the enake That out upon her dartled '.'" Into the peasant's tree-built hut, With reeking walle and greasy ..."

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