Definition of Trolled

1. Verb. (past of troll) ¹



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Definition of Trolled

1. troll [v] - See also: troll

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trolled

troiluses
trois
trojan
troke
troked
trokes
troking
trokosis
trolamine
troland
trolands
troleandomycin
troll-friendly
trollable
trolled (current term)
trolleite
troller
trollers
trollery
trolley
trolley-dolly
trolley bus
trolley car
trolley cars
trolley coach
trolley dash
trolley dashes
trolley dolly
trolley line

Literary usage of Trolled

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1. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1866)
"trolled management of the internal government of his country, and the collection and regulation of the revenues, so long as he adheres to the terms of his ..."

2. Hansard's Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1860)
"... whoever might be the men, and whatever tte description of examination for each ¡ trolled the entire patronage of the country whom was ..."

3. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1823)
"have the sliders formed by segments, which may be covered by a quadrant plate, externally ornamented with any pleasing device. [I/trolled April, 1822. ..."

4. Audubon and His Journals by John James Audubon, Maria Rebecca Audubon, Elliott Coues (1897)
"The chorus was trolled by twenty or thirty voices, which, in the stillness of the night, produced no unpleasant effect." ST. JOHN'S RIVER IN FLORIDA SOON ..."

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