verb (used with object), spin·dled, spin·dling.
verb (used without object), spin·dled, spin·dling.
Words nearby spindle
Origin of spindle
OTHER WORDS FROM spindlespin·dle·like, adjectivemul·ti·spin·dled, adjective
regional variation note for spindle
Examples from the Web for spindled
The chair legs were spindled out as long as stilts, and the boy set perched atop of them, like a cloud, in the corner of the roof.The Merry Men|Robert Louis Stevenson
And finally there was a conjugal kiss on the spindled porch.A Modern Chronicle, Complete|Winston Churchill
Here and there, it seemed, a humped or spindled form held against all comers its passive place.The Return|Walter de la Mare
It spindled away into nothing, as a streak of dust would which has been blown across an empty room.A Desert Drama|A. Conan Doyle