to drench or muddy.
to make limp and soiled, as with rain or dirt. Historical Examples Instead of cultivating your graces you bedraggle them with labor! For Gold or Soul? Lurana W. Sheldon verb (transitive) to make (hair, clothing, etc) limp, untidy, or dirty, as with rain or mud v. 1727, from be- + draggle, frequentative of drag.
limp and soiled, as with rain or dirt. to make limp and soiled, as with rain or dirt. Contemporary Examples At the end on the beach, the film shows the bedraggled crew, exhausted and relieved. In ‘The Project,’ the Stormy Battle to Take On Somali Pirates Eli Lake April 21, 2013 The Brazilian defense, touted […]
a board at the side of a bed connecting the footboard and headboard. Historical Examples Hesitating, May clung to the bedrail; but she slipped at last into the sheet. The Narrow House Evelyn Scott The cigarette end dropped, the thin pyjama’d figure writhed up and stood clutching at the bedrail. Five Tales John Galsworthy But […]
bedding that rolls up for portability and is used especially for sleeping out-of-doors. Historical Examples Ellis spread his bedroll beside the wagon while Joe sought his bed inside. The Lost Wagon James Arthur Kjelgaard The night after, while I lay huddled in my shirtcloak and blanket by the fire, I saw Cuinn slip out of […]