Definition of Hirsled

1. hirsle [v] - See also: hirsle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hirsled

hirpling
hirquine
hirrawem
hirrawems
hirrient
hirrients
hirs
hirsel
hirseled
hirself
hirseling
hirselled
hirselling
hirsels
hirsle
hirsled (current term)
hirsles
hirsling
hirstie
hirsute
hirsuteness
hirsutenesses
hirsuties
hirsutism
hirsutisms
hirt extraction
hirtellous
hirudicide
hirudin

Literary usage of Hirsled

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A treatise on sheep by Ambrose Blacklock (1838)
"Wedder hogs are peculiarly its victims, but only when hirsled, ... This is accounted for by the fact, that hirsled hogs are comparatively dull, ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1885)
"... him as much as would sink him, he gives him a shove so that over he hirsled. The boat went on, and Saltou came down amongst the rest of the passengers, ..."

3. Ringan Gilhaize; Or, The Covenanters by John Galt (1823)
"... he made a sign to his companion, and they both threw themselves - flat on the ground, and hirsled down the rocks to conceal themselves. ..."

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