As adjectives the difference between raddled and riddled
is that raddled
is worn-out and broken-down while riddled
is damaged throughout by holes.
As a verb riddled is
Damaged throughout by holes.
Having (something) spread throughout, as if by an infestation.
#* 2008 , Joan London, The Good Parents , Random House Australia, ISBN 978-1-74166-793-6,
- The minister claimed that the old benefits system was riddled with abuse and fraud.
- They took a swig each from an old bottle of sherry and ate some stale digestive biscuits sealed in a tin in the mouse-riddled cupboards.