Definition of Troak

1. Verb. To barter or trade, especially outside a government monopoly. ¹



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Definition of Troak

1. to troke [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: troke

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Troak

trivium
triviums
triweeklies
triweekly
triyearly
triyne
triynes
trizonal
trizone
trizones
trk
troad
troade
troades
troads
troak (current term)
troaked
troaking
troaks
troat
troated
troating
troats
troble
trobled
trobles
trobling
trocar
trocars
troch

Literary usage of Troak

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1. Reports of Cases, Upon Appeals and Writs of Error, in the High Court of by Richard Colles, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Josiah Brown (1789)
"... 1676, wrote to William Hamilton, at Edinburgh, James of Neilf- troak's brother, that they were in fuit for the ..."

2. The Spottiswoode Miscellany: A Collection of Original Papers and Tracts by James Maidment (1845)
"... your «troak ¡H eure ; whereas if you should land in Scotland, the distance from the metropolis will give your enemies time to raine forces to oppose you ..."

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