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bedraggle

See definition of bedraggle on Dictionary.com
  • as inrumple
  • as insoil
  • as indraggle
  • as injade
  • as infatigue

synonyms for bedraggle

  • derange
  • dishevel
  • cockle
  • crease
  • crimp
  • crinkle
  • crumple
  • disorder
  • fold
  • pucker
  • ruffle
  • scrunch
  • seam
  • tousle
  • wreathe
  • mess up
  • muss up
  • ruck up
  • screw up
See also synonyms for: bedraggled
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antonyms for bedraggle

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  • smooth
  • straighten
  • flatten
  • iron
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How to use bedraggle in a sentence

But no blast can chill its wings, no mire bedraggle, or rude touch fray.
SISTER DOLOROSA AND POSTHUMOUS FAMEJAMES LANE ALLEN
Instead of cultivating your graces you bedraggle them with labor!
FOR GOLD OR SOUL?LURANA W. SHELDON
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WORDS RELATED TO BEDRAGGLE

  • bedraggle
  • drag
  • pull
  • tow
  • bedraggle
  • burn out
  • bush
  • conk out
  • debilitate
  • deplete
  • disable
  • drain
  • droop
  • drop
  • enervate
  • exhaust
  • fag
  • fizzle
  • flag
  • jade
  • knock out
  • languish
  • overtire
  • peter out
  • poop
  • prostrate
  • sag
  • sink
  • succumb
  • take
  • tucker
  • weaken
  • wear down
  • weary
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