verb (used without object), rid·dled, rid·dling.
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verb (used with object), rid·dled, rid·dling.
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Example sentences from the Web for riddle
And now these riddling errors, which had so perplexed them all, were clearly made out.Tales from Shakespeare|Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb
The riddling Sphynx puts dim things from our minds,And sets us to the questions at our doors.Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence|Various
The Americans had already matured plans for riddling the entire woody plateau with a deluge of shells.
Page 154: Removed extraneous 'the': "That hoot to the (the) riddling arrows of rain and of seas,"Accolon of Gaul|Madison J. Cawein
This operation by the hand-sieve, is called riddling in the tub, or riddling by deposit.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure