verb (used with object), strick·led, strick·ling.
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Strickle, strik′l, n. a straight-edge for levelling the top of a measure of grain: a template.
Where a88 moulded frame for a panel is required, a strickle, or profile, is cut in zinc.
The strickle is keyed to a straight-edge and dragged over the clay until the correct moulding emerges.