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rastle

[ ras-uhl ]

verb (used with or without object)

, ras·tled, ras·tling,


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Fellers, he said, its pleasant, and the grass is thick and dry; and it wont hurt if we git tumbled; and lets have a rastle.

Mr Rastle must know well enough that Stephen was getting on badly.

Well, Mr Rastle, I will take the class this morning, please—instead of you.

The Doctor paused uncomfortably, and Mr Rastle put in a question.

But he was mistaken in expecting Mr Rastle to be much affected or overawed by it.

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