verb (used with object), rud·dled, rud·dling.
Words nearby ruddle
OTHER WORDS FROM ruddleun·rud·dled, adjective
Examples from the Web for ruddle
Ruddle, however, saw the boy, and was convinced of his sincerity.
As Mr. Robbins says: "The completeness of the body of proof of the Ruddle authorship leaves nothing therefore to be desired."
However, Ruddle promised to call on the old gentleman, whose name was Bligh, and whose house was Botathan.
These rude stones are very often smeared with ruddle or red ochre.
Lemnian earth, ruddle, and very many minerals do this, and yet they are fatuously said to attract.On the magnet, magnetick bodies also, and on the great magnet the earth|William Gilbert of Colchester