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The fact is, that my daughter Bella—Bella, who married young Trundle, you know.
A trundle-bed before the fire was occupied by a very old woman, who was feebly moaning with rheumatism.
I have said so already,' replied Mr. Wardle, shaking the right hand of his friend, while Mr. Trundle shook the left.
THE PICKWICK PAPERSCHARLES DICKENS
But don't be frightened,' said the good-humoured old man; 'it's only Trundle there, and Bella.'
THE PICKWICK PAPERSCHARLES DICKENS
He came to the side of the trundle-bed and pulled at the bedding near Margaret's shoulder for some time before he woke.
Such a barking and yelping, and half a dozen dogs rushed on the stage, and didn't they trundle those monkeys about.
BEAUTIFUL JOEMARSHALL SAUNDERS
Poetry, the feeling if not the words of poetry,—is he not dead to it, even as the pavement is dead over which his wheels trundle?
ORLEY FARMANTHONY TROLLOPE
He may not twitter of sentiment, as thou doest; nor may I trundle my hoop along the high road as do the little boys.
ORLEY FARMANTHONY TROLLOPE
A cog mill is formed by constructing a rim with cogs upon the shafts, and a trundle head to correspond.
But how could she trundle a wheel, carry a five-quart can of milk, and the baby all at the same time?

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