verb (used with object), pur·fled, pur·fling.
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Origin of purfle
OTHER WORDS FROM purflepur·fler, noun
Words nearby purfle
Example sentences from the Web for purfling
They are sometimes seen ornamented round the purfling with ebony, diamond and lozenge shape.
The purfling is now carefully inserted along the course, pressed in and left to dry.
Placing the jar of water within easy reach, he dips the purfling into it once and then wipes it with his handy cloth.
The instruments covered with the brown varnish are often without any device on their backs, and seldom have two rows of purfling.
The heat causes the damp to evaporate and steam the materials, and the purfling will gradually assume the required curve.