sool

/ (suːl) /

verb (tr)

to incite (a dog) to attack
to attack

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Derived forms of sool

sooler, noun

Word Origin for sool

C17: from English dialect sowl (esp of a dog) to pull or seize roughly
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Example sentences from the Web for sool

  • A cheerful nightcap; but such was our faith in Sool'em and Brown as danger signals, that the camp was asleep in a few minutes.

    We of the Never-Never|Jeanie "Mrs. Aeneas" Gunn
  • But Sool'em becoming effusive there was a pause until she could be persuaded that "nobody wanted none of her licking tricks."

    We of the Never-Never|Jeanie "Mrs. Aeneas" Gunn