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Crossword Solver Solutions for: ?RI??LE

brickle

brickle
(a.) Brittle; easily broken.

bricole

bricole
(n.) A kind of traces with hooks and rings, with which men drag and maneuver guns where horses can not be used.

brindle

brindle
(a.) Brindled.
(n.) The state of being brindled.
(n.) A brindled color; also, that which is brindled.

bristle

bristle
(n.) A short, stiff, coarse hair, as on the back of swine.
(n.) A stiff, sharp, roundish hair.
(v. i.) To rise or stand erect, like bristles.
(v. i.) To appear as if covered with bristles; to have standing, thick and erect, like bristles.
(v. i.) To show defiance or indignation.
(v. t.) To erect the bristles of; to cause to stand up, as the bristles of an angry hog; -- sometimes with up.
(v. t.) To fix a bristle to; as, to bristle a thread.

brittle

brittle
(a.) Easily broken; apt to break; fragile; not tough or tenacious.

cribble

cribble
(a.) Coarse; as, cribble bread.
(n.) A coarse sieve or screen.
(n.) Coarse flour or meal.
(v. t.) To cause to pass through a sieve or riddle; to sift.

crimple

crimple
(v. t.) To cause to shrink or draw together; to contract; to curl.

cringle

cringle
(n.) A withe for fastening a gate.
(n.) An iron or pope thimble or grommet worked into or attached to the edges and corners of a sail; -- usually in the plural. The cringles are used for making fast the bowline bridles, earings, etc.

crinkle

crinkle
(n.) A winding or turn; wrinkle; sinuosity.
(v. i.) To turn or wind; to run in and out in many short bends or turns; to curl; to run in waves; to wrinkle; also, to rustle, as stiff cloth when moved.
(v. t.) To form with short turns, bends, or wrinkles; to mold into inequalities or sinuosities; to cause to wrinkle or curl.

cripple

cripple
(a.) Lame; halting.
(n.) One who creeps, halts, or limps; one who has lost, or never had, the use of a limb or limbs; a lame person; hence, one who is partially disabled.
(v. t.) To deprive of the use of a limb, particularly of a leg or foot; to lame.
(v. t.) To deprive of strength, activity, or capability for service or use; to disable; to deprive of resources; as, to be financially crippled.

dribble

dribble
(n.) A drizzling shower; a falling or leaking in drops.
(v. i.) To fall in drops or small drops, or in a quick succession of drops; as, water dribbles from the eaves.
(v. i.) To slaver, as a child or an idiot; to drivel.
(v. i.) To fall weakly and slowly.
(v. t.) To let fall in drops.

drizzle

drizzle
(n.) Fine rain or mist.
(v. i.) To rain slightly in very small drops; to fall, as water from the clouds, slowly and in fine particles; as, it drizzles; drizzling drops or rain.
(v. t.) To shed slowly in minute drops or particles.

friable

friable
(a.) Easily crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder.

fribble

fribble
(n.) A frivolous, contemptible fellow; a fop.
(v. i.) To act in a trifling or foolish manner; to act frivolously.
(v. i.) To totter.

frizzle

frizzle
(n.) A curl; a lock of hair crisped.
(v. t.) To curl or crisp, as hair; to friz; to crinkle.

gribble

gribble
(n.) A small marine isopod crustacean (Limnoria lignorum or L. terebrans), which burrows into and rapidly destroys submerged timber, such as the piles of wharves, both in Europe and America.

griddle

griddle
(n.) An iron plate or pan used for cooking cakes.
(n.) A sieve with a wire bottom, used by miners.

grindle

grindle
(n.) The bowfin; -- called also Johnny Grindle.

gripple

gripple
(a.) Griping; greedy; covetous; tenacious.
(n.) A grasp; a gripe.

grizzle

grizzle
(n.) Gray; a gray color; a mixture of white and black.

prickle

prickle
(n.) A little prick; a small, sharp point; a fine, sharp process or projection, as from the skin of an animal, the bark of a plant, etc.; a spine.
(n.) A kind of willow basket; -- a term still used in some branches of trade.
(n.) A sieve of filberts, -- about fifty pounds.
(v. t.) To prick slightly, as with prickles, or fine, sharp points.
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