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Definition of puckle

puckle

  • A small wrinkle
    There's a puckle in the tablecloth.

    Last edited on Mar 16 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 16 2015.

noun

  • small number or amount
    Q: How many do you want?

    A: Give me a puckle.

    Last edited on Nov 12 2010. Submitted by 1ND1G0 from Alness, Highland, UK on Aug 27 2009.

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