Definition of Moil in English :

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Moil meaning in English

Meaning of Moil in English

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Moil

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Verb

1. dig, drudge, fag, grind, labor, labour, moil, toil, travail

work hard

Example Sentences:
'She was digging away at her math homework'
'Lexicographers drudge all day long'

2. boil, churn, moil, roil

be agitated

Example Sentences:
'the sea was churning in the storm'

3. moil

moisten or soil

Example Sentences:
'Her tears moiled the letter'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Moil

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verb
1. 
to moisten or soil or become moist, soiled, etc
2. (intransitive)
to toil or drudge (esp in the phrase toil and moil)
noun
3. 
toil; drudgery
4. 
confusion; turmoil

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Moil

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verb intransitive
1.  Dialectal
to toil; drudge
verb transitive
2.  Archaic
to moisten or soil
noun
3. 
drudgery; hard work
4. 
confusion; turmoil

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


Moil

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intr.v. moiled, moil·ing, moils
1. To work hard; toil: men who moil in mines.
2. To churn about continuously: clouds moiling in the wind.
n.
1. Hard work; toil.
2. Confusion; turmoil: "the dogs shooting past her in a moil of fur and flashing feet" (T.C. Boyle).

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