verb (used with object), wim·bled, wim·bling.
Origin of wimble
Examples from the Web for wimble
Because I found it early next morning,” said Wimble, holding up the bottle; “and I can swear it was not there the day before.
For instance, the Wimble lived next door to the Wamble, and each one had printed in the window a very curious legend.The Zankiwank and The Bletherwitch|S. J. Adair Fitzgerald
“No, Mr Brime,” said Wimble patronisingly, as he looked longingly at the visitor with cross-examination in his breast.
Wimble looked sharply at the stranger, with his head on one side, and more than one eager question upon his lips.
The kelpie gave a hideous roar, and turned away to run from the wimble.Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood|George MacDonald