- to straddle.
- to sprawl.
Origin of spraddle
1625–35; origin uncertain; compare Norwegian dialect spradla squirm, flail
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Examples from the Web for spraddle
And all the good hard dollars just waiting for someone to spraddle them around!The Woman in Black
Edmund Clerihew Bentley
But Pokopokowo was soon to be paid for his cruelty, and by poor Spraddle himself.
Sometime later, he overtook the proud child on his way to Spraddle Creek, and brought him back under protest.Mothering on Perilous
Lucy S. Furman
Dick buckled on his belt and holster, and, mounting his pony Spraddle, set out for a long ride across the prairie.
Spraddle went down, almost turning a somersault, as his tired feet struck a larger bowlder than he had encountered before.