Definition of Troule

1. to trundle [v TROULED, TROULING, TROULES] - See also: trundle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Troule

troubleth
troubling
troublingly
troublous
troublously
troublousness
troublousnesses
trough
trough-shell
trough-shells
troughed
troughing
troughlike
troughs
troul
troule (current term)
trouled
troules
trouling
trouls
trounce
trounced
trouncer
trouncers
trounces
trouncing
troupe
trouped
trouper
troupers

Literary usage of Troule

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1. Reports of Cases in Law and Equity in the Supreme Court of the State of New York by Oliver Lorenzo Barbour, New York (State). Supreme Court (1850)
"troule, at the time the note was made, was and has been ever since a resident of ... These sums were paid at the plaintiff's store in Buffalo, by troule in ..."

2. Social Customs by Florence Howe Hall (1911)
"... gentlewomen, wives, maids, if the weather be not agreeable, may have in the end of a bench eleven holes made, into the which to troule ..."

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