Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Beset with dangling things.

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Examples

  • The eloquence here was no doubt better than the argument, as Caldigate must have felt when he remembered how fond he had once been of that ‘bedangled woman.’

    John Caldigate

  • The eloquence here was no doubt better than the argument, as Caldigate must have felt when he remembered how fond he had once been of that 'bedangled woman.'

    John Caldigate

  • Lord love you, sir, when it was between our young missus, -- who'll excuse me for noticing these bright colours, and for saying how glad I am to see her come out once again as our squire's wife should come out, -- between her and that bedangled woman as I seed in the court, it didn't take no one long to know what was the truth! '

    John Caldigate

  • Lord love you, sir, when it was between our young missus, — who’ll excuse me for noticing these bright colours, and for saying how glad I am to see her come out once again as our squire’s wife should come out, — between her and that bedangled woman as I seed in the court, it didn’t take no one long to know what was the truth!’

    John Caldigate

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