Tumbling

Tum"bling

(?), a. & vb. n. from Tumble, v.
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Tumbling barrel. Same as Rumble, n., 4. -- Tumbling bay, an overfall, or weir, in a canal.
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Tum"brel

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Tum"bril

(?), } n. [OF. tomberel, F. tombereau, fr. tomber to fall, to tumble; of Teutonic origin. Cf. Tumble.] 1. A cucking stool for the punishment of scolds.
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2. A rough cart. Tusser. Tatler.
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3. (Mil.) A cart or carriage with two wheels, which accompanies troops or artillery, to convey the tools of pioneers, cartridges, and the like.
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4. A kind of basket or cage of osiers, willows, or the like, to hold hay and other food for sheep. [Eng.]
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