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Verb: moil  moyl
Usage: N. Amer
  1. Work hard
    "Lexicographers moil all day long";
    - labor [US], labour [Brit, Cdn], toil, fag [informal], travail [literary], grind [informal], drudge, dig [US, informal]
  2. Be agitated
    "the sea was moiling in the storm";
    - churn, boil, roil
  3. Moisten or soil
    "Her tears moiled the letter"

Derived forms: moiled, moiling, moils

Type of: do work, move, smear, work

Encyclopedia: Moil, the City that Waits