verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of spool
Examples from the Web for spooling
And then spooling that back, right to the beginning and have her be in on the deception.
The little girl who teaches me spooling is fresh and cheerful and jolly; I grant her all this.
But minutes after she had gone Steve looked up from a line he was spooling.Then I'll Come Back to You|Larry Evans
I told him that I was tired of spooling and knew I could make more by something else.
Word Origin for spool
early 14c., from Old North French spole, espole "a spool" (13c.), from Middle Dutch spoele "a spool," from Proto-Germanic *spolon (cf. Norwegian and Swedish spole, Old High German spuola, German Spule), from PIE root *spel- "to cleave, split" (see spoil).
c.1600, from spool (n.). Related: Spooled; spooling.