Moil

• (v. i.) To soil one`s self with severe labor; to work with painful effort; to labor; to toil; to drudge. • (n.) A spot; a defilement. • (v. t.) To daub; to make dirty; to soil; to defile.
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Moil

Moil intransitive verb [ From Moil to daub; probably from the idea of struggling through the wet.] To soil one's self with severe labor; to work with painful effort; to labor; to toil; to drudge. « Moil not too much under ground.» Bacon. « Now he must moil
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Moil

Moil noun A spot; a defilement. « The moil of death upon them.» Mrs. Browning.
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Moil

Moil transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Moiled ; present participle & verbal noun Moiling .] [ Middle English moillen to wet, Old French moillier , muillier , French mouller , from (assumed) Late L...
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moil

[v] - moisten or soil
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