Definition of Teagled

1. teagle [v] - See also: teagle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teagled

teaching reading
teachings
teachless
teacup
teacupful
teacupfuls
teacuplike
teacups
teacupsful
tead
teade
teades
teads
teaed
teagle
teagled (current term)
teagles
teagling
teahead
teaheads
teahouse
teahouses
teaing
teak
teakettle
teakettler
teakettles
teaks
teakwood
teakwoods

Literary usage of Teagled

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1. The miser's daughter: A Tale by William Harrison Ainsworth (1855)
"The sacks were teagled to the upper story of the mill, and one of them chancing to fall, proved by its sound that its contents were not what they seemed. ..."

2. Ainsworth's Magazine: A Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, & Art by William Harrison Ainsworth, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (1842)
"The sacks were teagled to the upper story of the mill, and one of them chancing to fall, proved by its sound that its contents were not what they seemed. ..."

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