/ (ˈrɪkəl) /
an unsteady or shaky structure, esp a dilapidated building
a loose or disorganized heap
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Word Origin for rickle
C16: perhaps of Scandinavian origin
Words nearby rickle
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Example sentences from the Web for rickle
Rickle; a little heap of turf peats standing on ends against each other.English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce