verb (used without object), win·tled, win·tling.
Origin of wintle
Examples from the Web for wintle
So help yourself,' continued he, passing the 'Wintle,' 'and we will drink his health and success to fox-hunting.'Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour|R. S. Surtees
And again Mr. Wintle had good reason to be "much pleased with Blossom."
Mr. Wintle interdicted two or three, but amongst the rest his grandchildren were at liberty to select.
Mr. Wintle had expressed a special desire to see Bessie, but he was almost unconscious when she arrived.
Her eldest brother, Mr. Wintle (he had taken his grandfather's name), gave her much valuable assistance during 1856.