Common misspellings for hopple:
gopple, bopple, nopple, jopple, uopple, yopple, hipple, hkpple, hlpple, hppple, h0pple, h9pple, holple, ho-ple, ho0ple, hopole, hoplle, hop-le, hop0le, hoppke, hopppe, hopplw, hoppls, hoppld, hopplr, hoppl4, hoppl3, ghopple, hgopple, bhopple, hbopple, nhopple, hnopple, jhopple, hjopple, uhopple, huopple, yhopple, hyopple, hiopple, hoipple, hkopple, hokpple, hlopple, holpple, hpopple, hoppple, h0opple, ho0pple, h9opple, ho9pple, hoopple, hopople, hoplple, ho-pple, hop0ple, hopplle, hopp-le, hopp0le, hoppkle, hopplke, hopplpe, hopploe, hopplwe, hopplew, hopplse, hopples, hopplde, hoppled, hopplre, hoppl4e, hopple4, hoppl3e, hopple3, opple, hpple, hoppl, ohpple, hpople, hopple, hoplpe, hoppel, hhopple, hopplee, xopple, lopple, iopple, hgpple, hmpple, hnpple, hoxple, hotple, horple, hoqple, hopxle, hoptle, hoprle, hopqle, hoppde, hopphe, hoppne, hoppme, hopplu, hopplm, hopplg, hoepple, h opple, hoppl e.
Definition of hopple:
- A fetter for horses, or cattle, when turned out to graze; -- chiefly used in the plural.
- To impede by a hopple; to tie the feet of ( a horse or a cow) loosely together; to hamper; to hobble; as, to hopple an unruly or straying horse.
- Fig.: To entangle; to hamper.
- To shackle or fetter; as, they hoppled the horses and turned them loose.
- To tie the feet close together to prevent hopping or running.
- To tie the feet loosely.
- To tie the feet near together so as to prevent leaping.
- To tie the feet near together to prevent leaping.
- A fetter for horses, or cattle, when turned out to graze; - chiefly used in the plural.
- Chiefly in pl., a fetter for horses. etc. when left to graze.
- Fetter for animals.
- A fetter, as for the legs of a horse.