- v twist or braid together, interlace
- v mark or paint with raddle
- s used until no longer useful
battered trumpets and raddled radios
- s showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering
that raddled but still noble face
- Was that the last the world would see of the raddled bird? Far from it.
- IN HIS MOST GLORIOUS COMIC ACTING ON film, Peter O'Toole played a washed-up swashbuckling movie star, raddled with debauchery yet oddly innocent.
- Since 1954, an equally symbolic novel has come to stand for the small expectations and raddled nerves of null century Britain and especially its middle-class intellectuals .