Origin of buddle
OTHER WORDS FROM buddlebuddler, noun
Words nearby buddle
How to use buddle in a sentence
In other situations, this washing is executed more economically by a machine called a buddle or dolly-tub by our miners.
There is a shaft in the Newcastle district, where 70 fathoms have been executed in this way, under the direction of Mr. Buddle.
The lamp of Davy was instantly tried and approved of by Mr. Buddle and the principal mining engineers of the Newcastle district.
Bats came out and flitted about the old houses by the Buddle river, and the night became the natural haunt of restless spirits.Thomas Hardy's Dorset|Robert Thurston Hopkins
When about eight years old he was put to manual labour, earning three-halfpence a day as a buddle-boy at a tin mine.Self-Help|Samuel Smiles