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wim·ble

 (wĭm′bəl)
n.
Any of numerous hand tools for boring holes.

[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman, probably from Middle Dutch wimmel; see weip- in Indo-European roots.]

wim′ble v.

wimble

(ˈwɪmbəl)
n
(Tools) any of a number of hand tools, such as a brace and bit or a gimlet, used for boring holes
vb
(Mechanical Engineering) to bore (a hole) with or as if with a wimble
[C13: from Middle Dutch wimmel auger]

wim•ble

(ˈwɪm bəl)

n., v. -bled, -bling. n.
1. a marbleworker's brace for drilling.
2. any of various instruments for boring.
v.t.
3. to bore or perforate with or as if with a wimble.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Middle Dutch or Middle Low German wimmel auger; compare gimlet]

wimble


Past participle: wimbled
Gerund: wimbling

Imperative
wimble
wimble
Present
I wimble
you wimble
he/she/it wimbles
we wimble
you wimble
they wimble
Preterite
I wimbled
you wimbled
he/she/it wimbled
we wimbled
you wimbled
they wimbled
Present Continuous
I am wimbling
you are wimbling
he/she/it is wimbling
we are wimbling
you are wimbling
they are wimbling
Present Perfect
I have wimbled
you have wimbled
he/she/it has wimbled
we have wimbled
you have wimbled
they have wimbled
Past Continuous
I was wimbling
you were wimbling
he/she/it was wimbling
we were wimbling
you were wimbling
they were wimbling
Past Perfect
I had wimbled
you had wimbled
he/she/it had wimbled
we had wimbled
you had wimbled
they had wimbled
Future
I will wimble
you will wimble
he/she/it will wimble
we will wimble
you will wimble
they will wimble
Future Perfect
I will have wimbled
you will have wimbled
he/she/it will have wimbled
we will have wimbled
you will have wimbled
they will have wimbled
Future Continuous
I will be wimbling
you will be wimbling
he/she/it will be wimbling
we will be wimbling
you will be wimbling
they will be wimbling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been wimbling
you have been wimbling
he/she/it has been wimbling
we have been wimbling
you have been wimbling
they have been wimbling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been wimbling
you will have been wimbling
he/she/it will have been wimbling
we will have been wimbling
you will have been wimbling
they will have been wimbling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been wimbling
you had been wimbling
he/she/it had been wimbling
we had been wimbling
you had been wimbling
they had been wimbling
Conditional
I would wimble
you would wimble
he/she/it would wimble
we would wimble
you would wimble
they would wimble
Past Conditional
I would have wimbled
you would have wimbled
he/she/it would have wimbled
we would have wimbled
you would have wimbled
they would have wimbled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wimble - hand tool for boring holeswimble - hand tool for boring holes    
drill - a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)
Translations
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