Definition of Heddled

1. Verb. (past of heddle) ¹



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Definition of Heddled

1. heddle [v] - See also: heddle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heddled

hectoring
hectoringly
hectorite
hectorites
hectorly
hectors
hectosecond
hectoseconds
hectostere
hectosteres
hectowatt
hectowatt-hour
hectowatts
hed
heddle
heddled (current term)
heddles
heddling
hede
hedenbergite
hedenbergites
hedeoma
hedeoma oil
heder
hedera
hederaceous
hederagenin
hederal
hederas
hederic

Literary usage of Heddled

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1. Elements of General History: Ancient and Modern by Millot (Claude Fran├žois Xavier) (1823)
"... HeddLed The Teutones, though separated from the _ '1w Cimbri, were formidable by their number and pline. His nephew, a legionary tribune, ..."

2. Britain at Work: A Pictorial Dictionary of Our National Industries (1902)
"The chenille loom has a linen warp, but curiously heddled, so as to leave a wide space between each pair of warp threads. Instead of producing a cloth, ..."

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