verb (used with object), wim·bled, wim·bling.
Origin of wimble
Related Words for wimbleauger, punch, implement, bit, gimlet, trephine, trepan, borer, riveter, awl, corkscrew, jackhammer, dibble, countersink
Examples from the Web for wimble
Historical Examples of wimble
And the wimble was so hot that it was as white as the whitest moon you ever saw.
The kelpie gave a hideous roar, and turned away to run from the wimble.
He then proceeded to acquaint me with the welfare of Will Wimble.The De Coverley Papers
Joseph Addison and Others
“That remains to be proved, Wimble,” said Uncle Josiah, drily.The Adventures of Don Lavington
George Manville Fenn
Nor must we forget Will Wimble, though he is really an outsider.