Definition of Troller

1. Noun. A fisherman who uses a hook and line.

Exact synonyms: Angler
Generic synonyms: Fisher, Fisherman
Derivative terms: Angle, Troll



Definition of Troller

1. n. One who trolls.

Definition of Troller

1. Noun. One who fishes by trolling. ¹

2. Noun. An engine-powered fishing boat, used for moving slowly while fishing lines drag behind, sometimes able to sail in shallow water. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Troller

1. one that trolls [n -S] - See also: trolls

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Troller

trojan
troke
troked
trokes
troking
trokosis
trolamine
troland
trolands
troleandomycin
troll-friendly
trollable
trolled
trolleite
troller (current term)
trollers
trollery
trolley
trolley-dolly
trolley bus
trolley car
trolley cars
trolley coach
trolley dash
trolley dashes
trolley dolly
trolley line
trolley park
trolley parks

Literary usage of Troller

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1. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer's Monthly Journal (1905)
"troller, regarding breakdowns, I was very much surprised to hear a Brother criticise an ... troller, have you never made a mistake in your railroad career? ..."

2. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1906)
"troller of the Currency took possession of the bank, and on the 12th day of November, 1S!)8, IB Cameron was appointed receiver on account of its insolvency. ..."

3. Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events (1876)
"J. Morris i Harris ; Attorney-General, S. Teackle Wallia; Coa- troller, Edward Wilkins. Your committee recommend the acceptance of thU ticket, ..."

4. The Law of Modern Municipal Charters and the Organization of Cities on by William Kent Clute (1920)
"... —Notice of registration. troller, two Justices of the Peace, and five Library Commissioners. There shall also be four Supervisors and ..."

5. Bibliotheca Grenvilliana by Thomas Grenville, John Thomas Payne, Henry Foss, William Brenchley Rye (1842)
"The Com- pleat troller or The Art of Trolling ; also a Brief Account of most of the Principal Rivers in England. London, 1682. 12mo. о. м. First Edition. ..."

6. Year Book for Texas by Cadwell Walton Raines (1902)
"... .nd of hogs e direction of the Secret.ry of the Tre.sury," fleece .s '.5 ,ounds, .nd the .mount of 'ool. t of the St.te Com,troller of ..."

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