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Definition of Truckled

Truckled
Truckle Truc"kle, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Truckled; p. pr. & vb. n. Truckling.] To roll or move upon truckles, or casters; to trundle.

Meaning of Truckled from wikipedia

- A trundle bed (or truckle bed) is a low, wheeled bed that is stored under a twin/single bed and can be rolled out for use by visitors or as just another...
- A truckle of cheese is a cylindrical wheel of cheese, usually taller than it is wide, and sometimes described as barrel-shaped. The word is derived from...
- Valley Truckle is a hamlet on the A39 road south of Camelford in Cornwall, England. Its name probably derives from a corruption of Cornish "Vellan draeth"...
- recent in 2010. Some reports refer to the site as the North Wraxall or the Truckle Hill villa. Evidence of a bath house and corn drying ovens were found,...
- staunch Catholic and Jacobite, separated from him when he—in her words—"truckled to the Usurper". The Duke died childless on 23 December 1732 at age 49...
- Danks Down and Truckle Hill (grid reference ST834758) is a 13.1 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Wiltshire, notified in 1990...
- shaft bottom called cheese weights (because of their resemblance to a truckle or wheel of cheese) as these are easier to maintain and replace. The largest...
- keeper the 'Chamber of deisse' still contained a bed with a chamber pot and truckle bed for a servant, but it also contained armaments. There were twelve ram-rods...
- state. A toddler bed is a small bed for young children. A trundle bed or "truckle bed" is a bed usually stored beneath another bed during the day. They have...
- was the exponent of British strength, yet was driven from office for truckling to a foreign despot; he preached the Balance of Power, yet helped to inaugurate...