Definition of sarpler
1 obsolete : a weight for a bale of wool usually estimated as 80 tods or 2240 lbs.
2 : a covering or wrapper of coarse cloth (as sackcloth)
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Origin and Etymology of sarpler
Middle English sarpler, from Middle French sarpilliere
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