- a fold or wrinkle, as in cloth.
- a curve, bend, or turn, as in a road or river.
verb (used with object), wim·pled, wim·pling.
verb (used without object), wim·pled, wim·pling.
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The dead calm of early morning was on the water, and the little craft went skimming and wimpling across.Rolf In The Woods|Ernest Thompson Seton
The distant lake; the shining river, singing away through the valley; or the wimpling brook, stealing through the meadow!Rural Architecture|Lewis Falley Allen
Off we go with delight from desk and book to a breezy field, a wimpling brook, a quiet pond in woodland shade.Little Masterpieces of Science:|Various
Nevertheless they took the path as if by instinct, that led down into the hazel-copse that overlooked the wimpling Don.Cats|W. Gordon Stables
The burn there is verra pleasant, its sae caller like, wimpling amang the rocks and bushes.The Genius of Scotland|Robert Turnbull