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harl

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/ (hærl, hɑːl) Scot /
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verb
(tr) to drag (something) along the ground
(intr) to drag oneself; trail along
(tr) to cover (a building) with a mixture of lime and gravel; roughcast
(intr) to troll for fish
noun
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Derived forms of harl

harling, noun

Word Origin for harl

C18: of unknown origin

British Dictionary definitions for harl (2 of 2)

harl2
/ (hɑːl) /

noun
angling a variant of herl
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