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bedraggle (v.)

"to soil or wet by dragging in dirt or mud or from being rained upon," 1727, from be- + draggle "to drag or draw along damp ground or mud." Also in a similar sense were bedrabble (mid-15c.), bedaggle (1570s).

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Definitions of bedraggle from WordNet

bedraggle (v.)
make wet and dirty, as from rain;
Synonyms: draggle
From wordnet.princeton.edu