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[tohl] /toʊl/
verb (used with object), toled, toling.
1.
toll2 (defs 5, 6).
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  • You mean he toled them near enough with a red rag to pot-shoot them.

    The Trail Boys on the Plains Jay Winthrop Allen
  • "It'll begin again, just as soon as he's toled us away from here," Goff predicted.

    Pirates' Hope Francis Lynde
  • Wal, I toled har, Id stan' by har eff evrithing went ter h—l—an I wil, by ——.

    Among the Pines James R. Gilmore
  • In the autumn I toled and caught those lovely fish the mackerel.

    Twice Told Tales Nathaniel Hawthorne
British Dictionary definitions for toled

tole

/təʊl/
noun
1.
enamelled or lacquered metal ware, usually gilded, popular in the 18th century
Word Origin
from French tôle sheet metal, from French (dialect): table, from Latin tabula table
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Word Origin and History for toled

tole

n.

"ornamented and painted sheet iron," 1946, from French tôle "sheet iron," from dialectal taule "table," from Latin tabula "a flat board" (see table (n.)).

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