stopple

[ stop-uh l ]
/ ˈstɒp əl /
Chiefly Northern U.S.

noun

a stopper, especially for a bottle.

verb (used with object), stop·pled, stop·pling.

to close or fit with a stopple.

Nearby words

  1. stopped diapason,
  2. stopper,
  3. stopping,
  4. stopping by woods on a snowy evening,
  5. stopping power,
  6. stops,
  7. stopt,
  8. stopwatch,
  9. stopword,
  10. storable

Origin of stopple

First recorded in 1350–1400, stopple is from the Middle English word stoppel. See stop, -le

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