verb (used with object), cut·tled, cut·tling. Textiles.
to fold (cloth) face to face after finishing.
to allow (cloth) to lie without further treatment after fulling, milling, scouring, etc.
Origin of cuttle2
First recorded in 1535–45; origin uncertain
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Word Origin for cuttle
Old English cudele; related to Old High German kiot bag, Norwegian dialect kaule cuttle, Old English codd bag
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