Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See rantle-tree.

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Examples

  • There are some no bad folk amang the gipsies too, to be sic a gang, ’ added Dandie; ‘if ever I see that auld randle-tree of a wife again, I’ll gie her something to buy tobacco—I have a great notion she meant me very fair after a’.

    Chapter XXVI

  • Here, you bitter old randle-tree, there are three thirteens for you; and if you will go down to the kitchen with the cook, he will give you a regular skinful. '

    Willy Reilly The Works of William Carleton, Volume One

  • Dandie; 'if ever I see that auld randle-tree of a wife again, I

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Complete

  • Dandie; 'if ever I see that auld randle-tree of a wife again, I'll gie her something to buy tobacco.

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Volume 01

  • There are some no bad folk amang the gipsies too, to be sic a gang, 'added Dandie;' if ever I see that auld randle-tree of a wife again, I 'll gie her something to buy tobacco.

    Guy Mannering — Complete

  • There are some no bad folk amang the gipsies too, to be sic a gang,’ added Dandie; ‘if ever I see that auld randle-tree of a wife again, I ‘ll gie her something to buy tobacco.

    Guy Mannering

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