It seems that Mr. Crisp here has toiled and moiled for many years, keeping you in comparative luxury and idleness.
I like a fool, toiled and moiled for her night and day and this is my reward.'
You see I was the adventurer, the man mussed and moiled by life and its problems.
They toiled and moiled till they were quite exhausted, but all in vain.
Though all his life long he had toiled and moiled, he only left his widow and son two hundred florins.
It seems as if the earth toiled and moiled to simply supply her wants.
He had toiled and moiled, day and night, and been faithful to his trust.
She had toiled and moiled, and brought up her boys and girls in a way that won her pastor's heart.
Thus they toiled and moiled, with their heads and shoulders in smoke and fire, and their feet in water.
The Horse and moiled Oxe wrought to an vntimely death, yet double the time of their increase.