- a measure of corn, wheat, or other commodities equal to approximately three bushels, but varying in different regions.
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Historical Examples of windle
"If not more," replied the other, departing to take his place in the Windle family pew.
Why had Mr. Windle told him sixty, or more, when scarcely twenty attended?
One never knows how many things it is impossible to do without till he goes to Windle's or Smith's house-furnishing stores.Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 4
Charles Dudley Warner
Messrs. Windle and Parsons have lately pointed out many Dog-like features in the muscles.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia
Frank Evers Beddard
So Windle Bent was one of those chaps who have what folk call family pride, was he?The Borough Treasurer
Joseph Smith Fletcher