Trinkle

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. i Trinkle To act secretly, or in an underhand way; to tamper.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • trinkle To trickle.
    • trinkle To hang or trail down; flow.
    • trinkle To tinkle.
    • trinkle To tingle; throb; vibrate.
    • trinkle To treat underhand or secretly (with); tamper, as with the opinions of another.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Trinkle tringk′l a Scotch form of trickle: also a form of tinkle.
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Usage

In literature:

Even in December people had no more than begun to trinkle back to town.
"Rewards and Fairies" by Rudyard Kipling
Mr. Trinkle looked after him.
"The Gay Rebellion" by Robert W. Chambers
Even in December people had no more than begun to trinkle back to town.
"Rewards and Fairies" by Rudyard Kipling
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In news:

Randy Trinkle, 46, was on his way home to Fredericksburg after completing his shift Saturday morning.
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