- a narrow, straight molding, as a fillet.
Origin of tringle
1690–1700; < French: curtain rod, rod, alteration of Middle French tingle; compare Middle Dutch tingel lathe
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Examples from the Web for tringle
But he felt almost sure that the Tringle alliance must be regarded as impossible.
One thing he had failed to see since his first introduction to the Tringle family.
To her Mr. Tringle had knelt before he had taken the elder sister.
Uncle Tringle was angry because he did not get what he liked to eat.
It never does to talk to Tringle about business at his own house.