[ ree-guhl ]
/ ˈri gəl /
a groove or channel for guiding a sliding door.
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Origin of regle
1895–1900; <French règle straightedge, rule (<Latin regula)
Words nearby regle
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Example sentences from the Web for regle
The French regle elaborates the military organization and enhances the chivalric element.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume I of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor