verb (used with object), stop·pled, stop·pling.
- stopped diapason,
- stopping by woods on a snowy evening,
- stopping power,
Origin of stopple
Examples from the Web for stopple
The heat will cause the oil to run down between the stopple and mouth of the bottle.The American Housewife|Anonymous
He pounces upon the decanter, pulls out the stopple, and applies his nose to the mouth.Evening Dress|W. D. Howells
You may at first stop it so, that the strong working may throw out the stopple, and yet keep it close, till it work strongly.The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened|Kenelm Digby
These fumes issue sometimes in such abundance as to push out the stopple; which you must then replace, and slacken the fire.Elements of the Theory and Practice of Chymistry, 5th ed.|Pierre Joseph Macquer
The heat will cause the oil to run down between the stopple and mouth.