Definition of Sprangles

1. sprangle [v] - See also: sprangle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sprangles

spragging
sprags
spraid
sprain
sprain fracture
sprain one's ankle
sprained
spraining
sprains
sprains and strains
spraint
spraints
sprang
sprangle
sprangled
sprangles (current term)
sprangs
sprant
sprat
spratlike
spratmo
sprats
sprattle
sprattled
sprattles
sprattling
sprauncy
sprawl
sprawled
sprawler

Literary usage of Sprangles

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

1. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1906)
"The alfalfa root goes straight down, unlike the clover, which sprangles. If you should be In a part of the state where sorrel grows—I do not mean sheep ..."

2. Introduction to the Study of Sociology by Edward Cary Hayes (1918)
"The little sprangles at the ends of some of the lines indicate that most of the social activities that intersect are compound and could be raveled out by ..."

3. Introduction to the Study of Sociology by Edward Cary Hayes (1915)
"The little sprangles at the ends of some of the lines indicate that most of the social activities that intersect are compound and could be raveled out by ..."

4. Early Times in Texas by John Crittenden Duval (1892)
""Oh, bosh,"'I re-* plied, "the old lady's directions are perfectly plain from the lone tree yonder to where the road 'sprangles out' in the bottom, ..."

5. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Division of Plant Industry, Queensland (1910)
"... "singularly tortuous, with numerous spiny protuberances" ul " sprangles usually near half an inch in thickness/' and of the ..."

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