Definition of Sprackle

1. to clamber [v SPRACKLED, SPRACKLING, SPRACKLES] - See also: clamber



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sprackle

spouthole
spoutholes
spoutier
spoutiest
spouting
spoutings
spoutless
spouts
spoutshell
spouty
sprachbund
sprachbunds
sprachgefuhl
sprachgefuhls
sprack
sprackle (current term)
sprackled
sprackles
sprad
spraddle
spraddled
spraddles
spraddling
sprag
spragged
spragging
sprags
spraid
sprain
sprain fracture

Literary usage of Sprackle

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1. Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English: Containing Words from the by Thomas Wright (1904)
"sprackle, r. To climb. North. SPRAG, (I) adj. Lively. (2) i. A young salmon. North. (3) ยป. To prop up. ..."

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