a measure of corn, wheat, or other commodities equal to approximately three bushels, but varying in different regions.
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How to use windle in a sentence
windle has never refused us when we have had occasion to ask for the loan of a man or two, and it is not for us to refuse him.The Valley of Fear | Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Plough faintly outlined above, and beautiful spica hanging low over windle Flats.The Argosy | Various
There had been further communications with the house of the redoubtable champion windle Hercules in Hampshire.Jan | A. J. Dawson
Mr. windle made a mental calculation, delivering his estimation of the number with a voice confident of his accuracy.Sally Bishop | E. Temple Thurston
He stood waiting in the vestry afterwards with the well-filled chalice in his hand, tremulously anticipating Mr. windle's arrival.Sally Bishop | E. Temple Thurston