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Look up hackle in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. The hackles are the long, fine feathers which are found on the backs of certain types of ...

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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 ...

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Define hackle: one of the long narrow feathers on the neck or saddle of a bird; the neck plumage of the domestic fowl — hackle in a sentence.

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Definition of hackle - erectile hairs along an animal's back, which rise when it is angry or alarmed, a long, narrow feather on the neck or saddle of a d.

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"Suddenly there was a crash downstairs,I thought it was a freaking burglar!it turned out it was the darn cat,I had my hackles up over nothing!".

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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 ...

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hackles meaning, definition, what is hackles: the hairs on the back of some animals, or the feathers on the back of the neck of some…. Learn more.

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Define hackles. hackles synonyms, hackles pronunciation, hackles translation, English dictionary definition of hackles. hackle1 n. 1. Any of the long, slender, ...

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Hackles definition: the hairs on the back of the neck and the back of a dog , cat , etc, which rise when the... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.