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Etymology 1[edit]

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suttle (plural suttles)

  1. The weight of a commodity shipment after deduction of the weight of the container, before allowance of tret.


suttle (third-person singular simple present suttles, present participle suttling, simple past and past participle suttled)

  1. To act as sutler; to supply provisions and other articles to troops.

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Etymology 2[edit]


suttle (comparative more suttle, superlative most suttle)

  1. Obsolete form of subtle.