Definition of Hirpled

1. Verb. (past of hirple) ¹



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Definition of Hirpled

1. hirple [v] - See also: hirple

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hirpled

hireless
hireling
hirelings
hirer
hirers
hires
hiring
hiring freeze
hiring hall
hirings
hirling
hirlings
hirn
hirola
hirple
hirpled (current term)
hirples
hirpling
hirquine
hirrawem
hirrawems
hirrient
hirrients
hirs
hirsel
hirseled
hirself
hirseling
hirselled
hirselling

Literary usage of Hirpled

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1. Glossaries to S.R. Crockett's The Stickit Minister, The Raiders, The Lilac ...by Patrick Dudgeon by Patrick Dudgeon (1895)
"... later on, afterwards hirpled, moving haltingly—T. harpa "He, tir'd and weary, hirpled down the brae."—Ross. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1894)
"... it was mair than men might do,— So they e'en sailed back in the auld coal-smack, a sorry and shamefaced crew, And they hirpled doun to Edinburgh toun, ..."

3. The Works of Robert Burns by Robert Burns (1840)
"He hirpled up, and lap like daft, And shor'd them Daintie Davie, O' boot that night. He was a care-defying blade, As ever Bacchus listed, Though Fortune ..."

4. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1905)
"... this figure as it hirpled about the garden from the morning dews till the sunset was what commended itself to the speculation of my earliest years. ..."

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