Definition of Prolled
1. proll [v] - See also: proll
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prolled
Literary usage of Prolled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Book-hunter in Paris: Studies Among the Bookstalls and the Quays by Octave Uzanne (1893)
"... tr;.e only shelter to their books being tarpaulins, which they u prolled as soon as the sky clouded over and a shower threatened to spoil everything. ..."
2. The Congregational Quarterly (1869)
"And if a council should advise his dismissal upon certain terms, it would be incumbent upon the parish to perform these before they could prolled actually ..."
3. The Historical Record by Andrew Jenson (1889)
"That tbe-'Liberal Party" prolled a majority of votes at the election for school trustees July 11, 1887, was largely due to the facts that a number of the ..."
4. The Midland Septs and the Pale: An Account of the Early Septs and Later by Francis Ryan Montgomery Hitchcock (1908)
"They " prolled and pilled insatiably without neede and without regard of poore people, whose only provision ..."