verb (used with object), kit·tled, kit·tling.
adjective, kit·tler, kit·tlest.
Origin of kittle
Examples from the Web for kittle
Now, when it's hotter than a kittle of pepper tea, the bulk of their stock is ice picks and mittens.The Woman-Haters|Joseph C. Lincoln
Another editor assured me, with a weary sigh, that authors were 'kittle cattle.'Atlantic Classics|Various
The heid an' the spine are kittle to get hurt, but it's a guid's blessin' ye werena burnt beyond recognition.Betty Grier|Joseph Waugh
You can walk along the stone fence and pick the high ones and we'll fill the kittle in no time.A Little Girl in Old New York|Amanda Millie Douglas
"August is a kittle time for transplanting border things," I hear you say.The Garden, You, and I|Mabel Osgood Wright