Definition of Tolzeys

1. tolzey [n] - See also: tolzey



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tolzeys

toluric acid
toluric acids
tolus
tolutation
toluyl
toluylene
toluylene red
toluyls
tolvaptan
tolyl
tolylene
tolyls
tolypeutine
tolypeutines
tolzey
tolzeys (current term)
tom
tom-tit
tom-tom
tom-toms
tom boy
tom boys
tom cat
tom cats
tom tit
tom turkey
tom yam
tom yams
tom yum
toma

Literary usage of Tolzeys

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1. Bristol Past and Present by James Fawckner Nicholls, John Taylor (1882)
"... and marched thence to Corn street, where they lined the way between the two tolzeys whilst the procession passed through. The Blue boys had a loaf, ..."

2. The Annals of Bristol in the Seventeenth Century by John Latimer (1900)
"Tobacco, English, 116, 141, 245, 251, 266, 317, 339. Tobacco pipes, 6; monopoly, 71; 239. See Smoking. Tobacconists (smokers), 83. tolzeys, the, 55, 64, ..."

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