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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of trolley.


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  • We could have ding-ding-ding went the trolleyed all through lunch.

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  • She married Prince Andrew in 1986, and even before they were trolleyed through London in an open-top, horse-drawn carriage in front of cheering crowds there were plenty of people who had doubts about the wisdom of red-head Sarah joining the "royal firm."

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  • It was trolleyed out onto the dining floor and carved at our table by a highly theatrical carver.

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  • I think when I was that age I was more interested in socialising by which I mean going out and getting trolleyed and the ladies than sitting in rooms debating policy positions with the type of people who were generally considered geeks.

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  • He also meditates on the long menu of Irish terms for drunkenness: "spannered, rat-arsed, cabbaged, and hammered; ruined, legless, scorched, and blottoed; or simply trolleyed or sloshed."

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  • The guy is totally trolleyed as per usual and asks Dave where he's off too.

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  • Plot, Loretta trolleyed herself down into the Noise Belt.

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  • She said that no country which suffered such a thing could be truly civilized, though he made her observe that no city in the world, except Boston or Brooklyn, was probably so thoroughly trolleyed as Hamburg.

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  • Hamburg made by her much-trolleyed Bostonian effect; by the decorous activity and Parisian architecture of her business streets; by the turmoil of her quays, and the innumerable masts and chimneys of her shipping.

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  • Farther up, we "trolleyed" past a very tall grand fir.

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  • Drink too much; get troll-eyed.

    September 28, 2011

  • Ooh, hadn't thought about spellings, yarbecued eggplant.

    Auntie Merriam says


    One entry found.

    Main Entry: 2trolley

    Variant(s): also trolly

    Function: verb

    Inflected Form(s): trol·leyed also trol·lied; trol·ley·ing also trol·ly·ing

    Date: 1882"

    March 29, 2009

  • I reckon trollied is the more common spelling. Unless you're so trollied that your eyes resemble those of a troll.

    March 29, 2009

  • "I don't know how many he'd had by the time he got there but he was trolleyed. Off the scale."

    - overheard (in Australia), 28 March 2009.

    March 29, 2009