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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To carry to some other place, as in badgering (which see).

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  • JM loads up his vocabulary and is quite prepared to bajulate with the beast of them.

    June 3, 2009

  • Oh, I don't know, trivet...under the bookshelf, over in that corner of the attic where I keep my old school notebooks...you know. Just anywhere.

    But I disagree--arsle will always have a special place in my, uh, heart. ;-)

    March 27, 2007

  • Where do you find these gems? This may have replaced arsle (which shouldered out wamble) as my all-time favorite wordie word.

    March 26, 2007

  • Obsolete. To carry (a heavy burden); to carry as a badger would (a "badger" was an itinerant dealer of corn and other commodities who would buy and then carry the goods elsewhere to sell--a sort of middleman).

    March 26, 2007