Definitions for scabbleˈskæb əl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

scab•bleˈskæb əl(v.t.)-bled, -bling.

  1. to shape or dress (stone) roughly.

    Category: Building Trades

Origin of scabble:

1610–20; var. of scapple < MF escapeler to dress (timber)

Wiktionary

  1. scabble(Verb)

    To roughly dress stone.

  2. Origin: From scaplen, from escapler, from es- (from ex-) + capler (from *capulre, *cappulre).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Scabble(verb)

    see Scapple

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