Definition of O'Toole
1. Noun. British actor (born in Ireland in 1932).
Geographical relationships: Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland
Generic synonyms: Actor, Histrion, Player, Role Player, Thespian
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Literary usage of O'Toole
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Miscellanies by William Makepeace Thackeray (1877)
"... He had but one eye, To ogle ye by — Oh, murther/but that was a jewl ! A fool He made of de girls, dis O'Toole. 'T was he was the boy did n't fail, ..."
2. Works by Manuel Márquez Sterling, William Makepeace Thackeray, Leslie Stephen, Louise Stanage (1902)
"LARRY O'TOOLE. YOU'VE all heard of Larry O'Toole, Of the beautiful town of Drumgoole ; He had but one eye, To ogle ye by— Oh, murther, but that was a jew'l! ..."
3. Letters of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. by Samuel Johnson (1892)
"I do not like much to see of the noble Captain O' Toole, first a Whig in any dress ; but I hate to edition, 1622.' see a Whig in a parson's gown. ..."
4. Fema's Role in Managing Bioterrorist Attacks and the Impact of Public Health edited by Daniel K. Akaka (2001)
"And now, we invite Dr. Tara O'Toole of the Johns Hopkins Center for ... Dr. O'Toole, I know both of you have taken the oath already, so we will continue. ..."
5. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1878)
"The exception mentioned above is an extract from Clerk Maxwell, which is certainly erroneous, and from which Mr. O'Toole gets a good deal of fun. ..."
6. Publications by English Dialect Society (1842)
"On the Nativity of Mary (September 8) David O'Toole with eighty of his men hid himself by night in Cullenswood, but was discovered by the men of Dublin, ..."