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- A form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep
ruddle (third-person singular simple present ruddles, present participle ruddling, simple past and past participle ruddled)
- To mark something with red ochre.
- To raddle or twist.
ruddle (plural ruddles)
Last modified on 10 June 2013, at 10:22
- A riddle or sieve.
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