Raddled vs Riddled - What's the difference?

raddled | riddled |


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

(riddle).

raddled

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Worn-out and broken-down.
  • riddled

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Damaged throughout by holes.
  • Having (something) spread throughout, as if by an infestation.
  • #
  • The minister claimed that the old benefits system was riddled with abuse and fraud.
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  • #* 2008 , Joan London, The Good Parents , Random House Australia, ISBN 978-1-74166-793-6, page 235:
  • 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.
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (riddle)
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