To be servile or submissive. See Synonyms at fawn1.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "truckle" in a sentence
""I suppose that's what they call a truckle-bed," he mused."
"They frankly welcomed the new-comer, and if they did not, as Ingred had bitterly prognosticated, exactly "truckle" to her, they certainly began to treat her as a favorite."
"A Vacherin Mont d'Or with some really good crackers is hard not to like, as is a Stilton or a truckle of English cheddar."