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hopple

[ hop-uhl ]
/ ˈhɒp əl /
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verb (used with object), hop·pled, hop·pling.
to hobble; tether.
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Origin of hopple

First recorded in 1580–90; hop1 + -le
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British Dictionary definitions for hopple

hopple
/ (ˈhɒpəl) /

verb, noun
a less common word for hobble (def. 2), hobble (def. 5)

Derived forms of hopple

hoppler, noun
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