verb (used without object), win·tled, win·tling.
Origin of wintle
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Historical Examples of wintle
And again Mr. Wintle had good reason to be "much pleased with Blossom."
Mrs. Gilbert's uncle, Mr. Wintle, was a fellow of St. John's.
Except the 'Shell and Tortoise' and 'Wintle,' the estate supplied the repast.Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour
R. S. Surtees
We must refer our Correspondent to the critical commentators on the passage: Lowth or Wintle, for instance.
I remember riding a very hard puller belonging to Mr. Wintle, of Shanghai.The Horsewoman
Alice M. Hayes