verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of loll
Examples from the Web for loll
“All good dealers and collectors look into provenance,” says Loll.
She lifted the dog against her face, permitting it to loll its pink tongue against her carefully rouged cheek.Old Mr. Wiley|Fanny Greye La Spina
If Loll Mahommed had not been made to take that ride round the camp, I should infallibly have been lost.
Loll was straight before me, gesticulating and shouting to his men.
They should not waddle and wallop in every hollow lane, nor loll out their watery tongues at every wash-pool in the parish.Imaginary Conversations and Poems|Walter Savage Landor
I do not think we either of us did much but loll around and rest from our journey.For Woman's Love|Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
Word Origin for loll
mid-14c., lollen "to lounge idly, hang loosely," perhaps related to Middle Dutch lollen "to doze, mumble," or somehow imitative of rocking or swinging. Specifically of the tongue from 1610s. Related: Lolled; lolling. As a noun, from 1709.