Words and Phrases
whimple

“whimple”

Meaning:

to meander or wind; tumble over

Alternative spelling/meaning:

wimple; wumple

In Literature:

Excerpt from Epistle to Mr James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd by Joseph Carson

Here many a whimplin’ burnie rows
where a’ the sweets o’ summer grows

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