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  • v. Present participle of wimble.

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Examples

  • Elizabeth had latterly been accustomed of an afternoon to present a cup of cider or ale and bread-and-cheese to Nance Mockridge, who worked in the yard wimbling hay-bonds.

    The Mayor of Casterbridge

  • "Tending thrashing-machine and wimbling haybonds, and saying" Hoosh! "to the cocks and hens when they go upon your seeds and planting Early Flourballs and Thompson's Wonderfuls with a dibble."

    Far from the Madding Crowd

  • Let me continue with my wimblings because yours is clearly articulated argument, isn’t it?, not a rant or a widget or wimbling even?

    I haven’t had a dream in a long time « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • And truly there is a wondrous charm in being all alone in the shadowy woods -- shut out as it were from the bright sunlight above, which only trickles down in little golden showers through the thick green leaves over one's head -- and where the stillness is so profound, you distinctly hear even the faintest wimbling of the wriggling wood-worm in the very heart of the old log on which you sit down to rest.

    Social relations in our Southern States,

  • “Tending thrashing-machine and wimbling haybonds, and saying ‘Hoosh!’ to the cocks and hens when they go upon your seeds and planting Early Flourballs and Thompson’s

    Far from the Madding Crowd

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