Definition of Shoole
1. to saunter [v SHOOLED, SHOOLING, SHOOLES] - See also: saunter
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shoole
|shook one's head|
shoole (current term)
Literary usage of Shoole
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Records of the Borough of Nottingham: Being a Series of Extracts from the by Nottingham (England) (1889)
"... in thys sorte: whan he redde a lecture theron in the shoole, he toke hyt into hys chamber, ... into ye shoole agayne; and he gave to Maister ..."
2. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1849)
"... language expressly directed against theatres and plays, and the title is sufficiently explanatory of its nature and object: it is " The shoole of Abuse, ..."
3. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1872)
"From the eleventh century, when the cities became virtually republican, they put out those vigorous shoole ages notions derived from modern times. ..."
4. Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c. by Samuel Carter Hall (1843)
"Nor is the neighbourhood without its interest arising from associations with the olden time ; the remains of the ancient monastery of Burri- shoole and the ..."