The bell rang, there was a sudden bustle and wheeling about of trollies, and the train glided in.
Each claim had its own wires and trollies bringing up the precious "blue" to the surface.
That, combined with all the shouting and clatter of trollies, etc., rather racking in the small hours.
On shore a tangle of carts and trollies standing horseless, barrels, cotton-bales, wool-sacks.
Notice, they never push things on trollies, as our men do; they always carry everything slung on a bamboo.
Our booty was enormous, and consisted of two hundred heavily-laden waggons, and eleven or twelve water-carts and trollies.
We went to Seringapatam yesterday on trollies, nine miles back on the line by which we came from Bangalore to Mysore city.
1823, in Suffolk dialect, "a cart," especially one with wheels flanged for running on a track (1858), probably from troll (v.) in the sense of "to roll." Sense transferred to "pulley to convey current to a streetcar motor" (1890), then "streetcar drawing power by a trolley" (1891).