Definition of ruddle in English:

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ruddle

Pronunciation: /ˈrʌd(ə)l/

noun

[mass noun]
1 another term for reddle.
1.1A small block of reddle or a similar substance that is attached to the chest of a ram to mark the ewe that it tups.

Origin

Late Middle English: related to obsolete rud 'red colour' and red; compare with raddle.

Words that rhyme with ruddle

befuddle, cuddle, fuddle, huddle, muddle, puddle

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