- (British) IPA: /ˈdæɡəl/
daggle (daggles, present participle daggling; past and past participle daggled)
- (intransitive) To run, go, or trail oneself through water, mud, or slush; to draggle.
- 1735, [Alexander] Pope, An Epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot, London; Dublin: Re-printed by George Faulkner, bookseller, […], OCLC 6363280 ↗:
- Nor, like a puppy [have I] daggl'd through the town.
- (transitive) To trail, so as to wet or befoul; to make wet and limp; to moisten.
- 1805, Walter Scott, The Lay of the Last Minstrel:
- The warrior's very plume, I say, / Was daggled by the dashing spray.