Definition of Raggles
1. raggle [n] - See also: raggle
Lexicographical Neighbors of Raggles
raggles (current term)
Literary usage of Raggles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Live Language Lessons by Howard Roscoe Driggs (1917)
""raggles," she named him, because of his tangled mane and tail. He was better than he looked, however, and gave his little mistress many a jolly ride over ..."
2. Southern History of the War: Official Reports of Battles by Confederate States of America War Dept (1864)
"raggles. After reporting to Gen. Ruggles, he put several hundred prisoners in my charge, which he had captured. I guarded them during the night, ..."
3. Fourth Reader by James Baldwin, Ida C. Bender (1911)
"THE STORY OF raggles One cold morning in March a poor, ragged-looking little Indian pony came up the road to Mr. Hudson's cattle ranch. ..."
4. Vanity Fair: A Novel Without a Hero by William Makepeace Thackeray (1893)
"The truth is, that the ceremony had been clandestinely performed some years back; although the news of Mr. raggles' marriage was first brought to Miss ..."