Definition of Dumple

1. v. t. To make dumpy; to fold, or bend, as one part over another.



Definition of Dumple

1. Verb. (transitive) To make dumpy; to fold, or bend, as one part over another. ¹

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Definition of Dumple

1. to cook a dumpling [v DUMPLED, DUMPLING, DUMPLES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dumple

dumpee
dumpees
dumper
dumpers
dumpier
dumpies
dumpiest
dumpily
dumpiness
dumpinesses
dumping
dumping one's load
dumping syndrome
dumpings
dumpish
dumple (current term)
dumpled
dumples
dumpling
dumplings
dumplingy
dumps
dumps one's load
dumpsite
dumpsites
dumpster
dumpster-diver
dumpster-diving
dumpster dive

Literary usage of Dumple

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1. The Life and Letters of John Gibson Lockhart by Andrew Lang (1897)
"dumple it." —A gold medal—Attempts to help Hogg.—Medal.—Salver, or bread-basket ? THE life of the Editor of a Quarterly Review is not, even in the best ..."

2. Eliza Cook's Journal by Eliza Cook (1850)
"One of these samo children, Margery dumple, living mentally again through ... Good must be the nature that could do this so genuinely as Margery dumple ! ..."

3. The Odd Fellows' Magazine by Independent Order of Odd Fellows Manchester Unity (1841)
"I cannot undertake to say what weighty cause drew Mrs. dumple from her bed at this early hour, for she usually never made her ..."

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