toil

net or snare (S); pl.,
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toil

net or snare (S); pl.,
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Toil

The album was released to generally favorable reviews. Critics and fans enjoyed the album`s diversity of sound and song writing. Reviewers described the album`s songs as working-class anthems with Christian themes. The final track on the album, a Celtic punk cover of the hymn `I`ll Fly Away`, was well received by music critics. The album prod...
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Toil

• (v. t.) To labor; to work; -- often with out. • (v. t.) To weary; to overlabor. • (n.) A net or snare; any thread, web, or string spread for taking prey; -- usually in the plural. • (v. i.) To exert strength with pain and fatigue of body or mind, especially of the body, with efforts of some continuance or duration; to labor; t...
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Toil

Toil intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Toiled ; present participle & verbal noun Toiling .] [ Middle English toilen to pull about, to toil; of uncertain origin; confer OD. teulen , tuylen , to labor, ti...
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Toil

Toil noun [ French toiles , plural, toils, nets, from toile cloth, canvas, spider web, from Latin tela any woven stuff, a web, from texere to weave. See Text , and confer Toilet .] A net or snare; any thread, web, or string spread for taking prey; -- usually i...
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Toil

Toil transitive verb 1. To weary; to overlabor. [ Obsolete] ' Toiled with works of war.' Shak. 2. To labor; to work; -- often with out . [ R.] « Places well toiled and husbanded.» Holland. « [ I] toiled out my uncouth pa...
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TOIL

Time Off In Lieu / Long, hard, exhausting work, details ...
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toil

toil 1. A net, snare, or other anything that entraps or entangles; said to be archaic or literary; and it is often used in the plural form. 2. Etymology: A 'net, snare', from Middle French toile, 'hunting net, cloth, web'; from Old French teile; from Latin tela, 'web, woven stuff'; related to texere, 'to weave'. Now used largely in the plural: 'H...
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toil

work hard
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toil

work hard
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toil

work hard
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