Definition of Toling

1. tole [v] - See also: tole



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toling

tolerized
tolerizing
tolerogen
tolerogenesis
tolerogenic
toles
tolevamer
toleware
tolewares
tolfenamic acid
tolhexamide
tolidin
tolidine
tolidines
tolidins
toling (current term)
tolings
tolkusha
toll
toll-bar
toll-collector
toll-free
toll-like receptor
toll agent
toll barrier
toll booth
toll bridge
toll call
toll calls
toll collector

Literary usage of Toling

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1. On the Wing: A Book for Sportsmen by John Bumstead (1869)
"toling DUCKS. Dr. Lewis describes this process as follows : — " A species of mongrel water-dog, or often any common cur, is taught to run backwards and ..."

2. Rambles After Sport: Or, Travels and Adventures in the Americas and at Home by W. Mullen (1874)
"... "toling" FOR DUCKS IN . CALIFORNIA. I WAS sitting one day in the billiard room of the Occidental Hotel in San Francisco (about the best one, ..."

3. On the Wing: A Book for Sportsmen by John Bumstead (1869)
"toling DUCKS. Dr. Lewis describes this process as follows : — " A species of mongrel water-dog, or often any common cur, is taught to run backwards and ..."

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