verb (used with object), wat·tled, wat·tling.
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Origin of wattle
OTHER WORDS FROM wattleun·wat·tled, adjective
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How to use wattle in a sentence
Your value increases every year and for developing neck wattles that comfort small granddaughters.Justine Bateman's Aging Face and Why She Doesn't Think It Needs 'Fixing'|Susanna Schrobsdorff|April 11, 2021|Time
Very little of the earlier buildings remained, as they all appear to have been built of wood and wattle-and-daub.The Towns of Roman Britain|James Oliver Bevan
As for "wattle and daub" I could wish that it had never been invented.Ten Books on Architecture|Vitruvius
I skulked in the scrub as he came up—just behind a clump of wattle.Colonial Born|G. Firth Scott