Definition of "wimbles" [wimbles]
- (noun) Plural form of wimble.
Use "wimbles" in a sentence
- "Thenceforward the full sacks, looped with the shining chain, went scurrying up and down under the cat-head, hairy arms were thrust out from the different door-ways, and the grain was hauled in; trusses of hay were tossed anew in and out of the barns, and the wimbles creaked; while the scales and steel-yards began to be busy where guess-work had formerly been the rule."
- "Alice, who is eleven, and goes to the Lincoln School, and therefore knows everything, said, "Yes, and the Damascus people brought Damascus wimbles.""
- "He made us a small double-headed maul, hammers, chisels, and a sort of gimblets or wimbles, which performed very well."