Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To allure; to tole.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete form of till.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 'How long ha' ye been goin 'tull sea,' says I, 'not tull be knowin' the mate's duty uz tull deluver no cargo wuthout receipt for same?

    The Sea Farmer

  • 'Twas at Portland, loadun 'cargo un fresh watter an' goin 'tull Comox tull load bunker coal un salt watter.

    The Sea Farmer

  • “Dud ye send word tull the wife?” had been his greeting to the clerk.

    THE SEA FARMER

  • "But dud they say a word tull me for the fufteen pounds I saved tull them?

    The Strength of the Strong

  • Doctor Hall no said a word tull Margaret an 'I was no for guessun' the why he was sore puzzled.

    Samuel

  • But dud they say a word tull me for the fufteen pounds I saved tull them?

    The Sea Farmer

  • "Dud ye send word tull the wife?" had been his greeting to the clerk.

    The Sea Farmer

  • Hall no said a word tull Margaret an’ I was no for guessun’ the why he was sore puzzled.

    SAMUEL

  • ‘Keep off,’ says he ot last tull the mon ot the wheel.

    SAMUEL

  • I tell ye, Annie, the owners are hard tull please.

    THE SEA FARMER

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