In the morning, we lay sprawled out in her trundle bed, reflecting on how we envisioned our reunion.
Hitchcock even manages to trundle his way back to my office to see how I'm doing.
You trundle off to your business as usual, and could dance again the next night, and so on through countless ages.
“In other words, you direct me to trundle on board as fast as I can,” said Adair.
But trundle, the cypher, no one thought of him, no one cared about his speech.
Some of the youngsters were tucked away in trundle beds, you may be sure.
And you, Jan-an, you trundle over to my old place and clean up.
On the wedding day, however, trundle made an effort to assert himself.
The train took nearly two hours to trundle along to the bridge.
Now, to do him justice, trundle was a thoroughgoing boatswain.
1540s (implied in trundle bed "low bed on small wheels"), possibly from Middle English trendle "wheel, suspended hoop" (early 14c.), from Old English trendel "ring, disk" (see trend). Also probably in part from Old French trondeler "to roll," which is of Germanic origin.