noun, plural trol·lies, verb (used with or without object), trol·lied, trol·ly·ing.
Definition for trolly (2 of 2)
noun, plural trol·leys.
verb (used with or without object), trol·leyed, trol·ley·ing.
Origin of trolley
Examples from the Web for trolly
It was the work of a minute to lift the trolly off the line.
There was one bunch that squealed like a trolly goin round a turn on dry rails."Same old Bill, eh Mable!"|Edward Streeter
At six o'clock we had breakfast, and one of them pushed a trolly containing slices of bread and mugs of tea from bed to bed.Fanny Goes to War|Pat Beauchamp
Of course you offered Nobbin for Luke's trolly, and now you are going with her.'Mrs. Severn, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Mary Elizabeth Carter
The train was full, but the station-master offered to take us down to Kursiong on a trolly.
British Dictionary definitions for trolly
- mentally confused or disorganized
Word Origin for trolley
Idioms and Phrases with trolly
see off one's head (trolley).