Provincial (English) brangled confused, entangled, (Scotland) brangle to shake, menace; probably a variant of wrangle, confused with brawl.
A wrangle; a squabble; a noisy contest or dispute. [Rare] A brangle between him and his neighbor. Swift.v.i [imperfect & past participle Brangled; present participle & verbal noun Brangling.]To wrangle; to dispute contentiously; to squabble. [Rare]
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brangle (plural brangles) A squabble. Jonathan Swift A brangle between him and his neighbour.
brangle (third-person singular simple present brangles, present participle brangling, simple past and past participle brangled) To squabble.
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