[ trin-dl, trin-l ]
/ ˈtrɪn dl, ˈtrɪn l /
British Dialect. a wheel, especially of a wheelbarrow.
verb (used with or without object), trin·dled, trin·dling.
Dialect. to roll; trundle.
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Origin of trindle
before 1000; Middle English trindel, Old English tryndel circle, ring; akin to Low German tründeln to roll. See trend
Words nearby trindle
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Example sentences from the Web for trindle
I know He hath other things to do than to play with me, and to trindle an apple with me, and that this feast will end.Letters of Samuel Rutherford|Samuel Rutherford