bedraggle


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be·drag·gle

 (bĭ-drăg′əl)
tr.v. be·drag·gled, be·drag·gling, be·drag·gles
To make wet and limp.

bedraggle

(bɪˈdræɡəl)
vb
(tr) to make (hair, clothing, etc) limp, untidy, or dirty, as with rain or mud

be•drag•gle

(bɪˈdræg əl)

v.t. -gled, -gling.
to make limp and soiled, as with rain or dirt.
[1720–30; be- + draggle]

bedraggle


Past participle: bedraggled
Gerund: bedraggling

Imperative
bedraggle
bedraggle
Present
I bedraggle
you bedraggle
he/she/it bedraggles
we bedraggle
you bedraggle
they bedraggle
Preterite
I bedraggled
you bedraggled
he/she/it bedraggled
we bedraggled
you bedraggled
they bedraggled
Present Continuous
I am bedraggling
you are bedraggling
he/she/it is bedraggling
we are bedraggling
you are bedraggling
they are bedraggling
Present Perfect
I have bedraggled
you have bedraggled
he/she/it has bedraggled
we have bedraggled
you have bedraggled
they have bedraggled
Past Continuous
I was bedraggling
you were bedraggling
he/she/it was bedraggling
we were bedraggling
you were bedraggling
they were bedraggling
Past Perfect
I had bedraggled
you had bedraggled
he/she/it had bedraggled
we had bedraggled
you had bedraggled
they had bedraggled
Future
I will bedraggle
you will bedraggle
he/she/it will bedraggle
we will bedraggle
you will bedraggle
they will bedraggle
Future Perfect
I will have bedraggled
you will have bedraggled
he/she/it will have bedraggled
we will have bedraggled
you will have bedraggled
they will have bedraggled
Future Continuous
I will be bedraggling
you will be bedraggling
he/she/it will be bedraggling
we will be bedraggling
you will be bedraggling
they will be bedraggling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bedraggling
you have been bedraggling
he/she/it has been bedraggling
we have been bedraggling
you have been bedraggling
they have been bedraggling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bedraggling
you will have been bedraggling
he/she/it will have been bedraggling
we will have been bedraggling
you will have been bedraggling
they will have been bedraggling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bedraggling
you had been bedraggling
he/she/it had been bedraggling
we had been bedraggling
you had been bedraggling
they had been bedraggling
Conditional
I would bedraggle
you would bedraggle
he/she/it would bedraggle
we would bedraggle
you would bedraggle
they would bedraggle
Past Conditional
I would have bedraggled
you would have bedraggled
he/she/it would have bedraggled
we would have bedraggled
you would have bedraggled
they would have bedraggled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.bedraggle - make wet and dirty, as from rainbedraggle - make wet and dirty, as from rain  
souse, soak, sop, dowse, drench, douse - cover with liquid; pour liquid onto; "souse water on his hot face"