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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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"guddled" small trout in the streams of Paradise, and dived for the big ones in the deeper pools.
Ay: you may gape like a brace of guddled brandling:
I was never tired of hearing of her childhood on the braes of Raasay: how she guddled for mountain trout in the burn with her brother Murdoch or hung around his neck chains of daisies in childish glee.
After that, daily she went farther and farther, watched me as I guddled for trout in the stream, aided me as I picked berries in the thickets, helped me with the deer I brought into camp.
In a minute he came to the edge of the glen in which Andra Kissock had guddled the trouts.
As lads together, indeed before we were long out of skirts, we guddled for fish in the burn-water; went birds 'nesting, raced our ponies, fought each other behind the stables and made a common stock of our money for the purchase of dimpies, peoys and jelly-tarts.