verb whee·ple \ˈ(h)wēpəl\

Definition of wheeple


  1. intransitive verb
  2. dialectal, British :  to utter a prolonged whistle or shrill cry a curlew wheeples

  3. transitive verb
  4. dialectal, British :  to give forth (a shrill cry or whistle) :  whistle he sometimes wheepled a tune of his own making — G. D. Brown

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Origin and Etymology of wheeple


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to cast off or become cast off

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