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moiling

adjective moil·ing \ˈmi-liŋ\

Definition of MOILING

1
a :  requiring hard work
b :  industrious
2
:  violently agitated :  turbulent
moil·ing·ly \-lē\ adverb

Examples of MOILING

  1. <the kind of moiling work that was done by unskilled laborers before the age of mechanization>

First Known Use of MOILING

1603

Rhymes with MOILING

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