Definition of "raddled" [raddled]

  • Worn-out and broken-down. (adjective)

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Use "raddled" in a sentence
  • "And not only the punters: TV's Angular Ex-England Fast Bowler Punditry Eminence could be seen holding court in raddled picnic pose, a tiny plastic Viking hat on his head."
  • "She was a little grotesque, a raddled caricature of a fading beauty."
  • "Perhaps only Rutger Hauer could have brought the correct nuance to the role of a righteous hobo who shows up in some lawless, post-apocalyptic urban hellhole in Canada, to find the loathsome roost ruled by the sadistic Drake family – a raddled old tyrant with dyed black hair and two psycho-bully sons who dress like rejects from an 80s pop video."
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