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Hackles definition, one of the long, slender feathers on the neck or saddle of certain birds, as the domestic rooster, much used in making artificial flies for anglers ...

Raise one's hackles - Dictionary.com

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Raise one's hackles definition, one of the long, slender feathers on the neck or saddle of certain birds, as the domestic rooster, much used in making artificial ...

Hackles - definition of hackles by The Free Dictionary

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Any of the long, slender, often glossy feathers on the neck of a bird, especially a male fowl. 2. hackles The erectile hairs along the back of the neck of an animal, ...

Hackle | Definition of Hackle by Merriam-Webster

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1 a : one of the long narrow feathers on the neck or saddle of a bird b : the neck plumage of the domestic fowl. 2 : a comb or board with long metal teeth for ...

Get (one's) hackles up - The Free Dictionary

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Any of the long, slender, often glossy feathers on the neck of a bird, especially a male fowl. 2. hackles The erectile hairs along the back of the neck of an animal, ...

hackles - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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But in the human world, raising someone's hackles means you've made them boiling mad or super annoyed. For example, spitting spit balls while the teacher ...

Urban Dictionary: Hackles

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Top Definition. Hackles. The,hairs, spines or feathers of an animal, which are raised when the creature in question is distressed. "Suddenly there was a crash ...

Get one's hackles up | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary

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Get one's hackles up | to become tense with anger; bristle | Definition, pronunciation, examples & translations.

hackles definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary

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Define hackles and get synonyms. What is hackles? hackles meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

hackle - definition of hackle in English from the Oxford dictionary

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Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences, English to English reference ... 1 (hackles) Erectile hairs along an animal's back, which rise when it is angry or ...

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hack·le
[hak-uhl]
NOUN
1.
one of the long, slender feathers on the neck or saddle of certain birds, as the domestic rooster, much used in making artificial flies for anglers.
2.
the neck plumage of a male bird, as the domestic rooster.
3.
a comb for dressing flax or hemp.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [HACK·LED, HACK·LING.]
4.
Angling. to equip with a hackle.
5.
to comb, as flax or hemp.
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