2 edition of Rigmarole. found in the catalog.
Priya Nath Mehta
|LC Classifications||PZ4.M493 Ri, PR9499.3.M4 Ri|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, , 262, ii p.|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||73905712|
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Rigmarole can also be used to refer to any long, complicated procedure. The word comes from ‘ragman roll’, a game children played in the past. *The speaker went into a long rigmarole about the. Synonyms for rigmarole at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for rigmarole.
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also rigamarole n. Confused, rambling, or incoherent discourse; nonsense. in which he had jumbled together pell-mell nautical phrases and facts out of one of his favorite books.
View in context. Rigmarole definition is - confused or meaningless talk. How to use rigmarole in a sentence. Rigmarole. book You Know. Rigmarole definition, an elaborate or complicated procedure: to go through the rigmarole of a formal dinner.
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Rigmarole comes as an alteration to the phrase ragman roll, which was a large collection of scrolls used by the nobility of Scotland to pledge allegiance to King Edwardthe phrase ragman roll can mean any collection of legal documents.
Its plural is ragman rolls. Examples. Once you’ve gone through the rigmarole of crouching through shadows to procure the gun. rigmarole (n.)"a long, rambling discourse," apparently from an altered, Kentish colloquial survival of ragman roll "long list or catalogue" (s), in Middle English a long roll of verses descriptive of personal characters, used in a medieval game of chance called Rageman, perhaps from Anglo-French Ragemon le bon "Ragemon the good," which was the heading on one set.
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