Definition of Tolldish

1. a grain measure dish for toll [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tolldish

toll collector
toll line
toll lines
toll plaza
toll plazas
toll road
toll roads
toll taker
tollable
tollage
tollages
tollbar
tollbars
tollbooth
tollbooths
tolldish (current term)
tolled
toller
tollers
tollfree
tollgate
tollgates
tollgatherer
tollhouse
tollhouses
tollie
tollies
tolling
tolling agreement
tolling agreements

Literary usage of Tolldish

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1. Observations on the West of England Mining Region: Being an Account of the by Joseph Henry Collins (1912)
"tolldish, a very old tin mine, also yielded small quantities of ochre and umber in 1901-2. ST. AGNES CONSOLS. ..."

2. The Gold Rocks of Great Britain and Ireland: And a General Outline of the by John Calvert (1853)
"... and albeit, the king had some profit of tin or lead in some places as a tolldish of ore, that was not only in respect of the interest the king had, ..."

3. Wharton's Law-lexicon: Forming an Epitome of the Law of England; and by John Jane Smith Wharton, John Mounteney Lely (1892)
"tolldish, a vessel by which the toll of corn for grinding is measured. Toller, one who collects tribute or taxes. ..."

4. A Handy-book of the Law of Dower: With Statutes, Forms, Pleadings, &c. by W. George Draper (1863)
"As of a mill she may have the third tolldish, or she may be endowed of the entire mill every third month, (c) In an old case it was questioned whether a ..."

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