Definition of level–coil
1 obsolete : an old game in which the players at a given signal replace each other in seats amid a general scramble and tumult
2 obsolete : a noisy sport or melee
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Origin and Etymology of level–coil
by folk etymology (influence of 3level and 3coil) from Middle French lever le cul to raise or remove the rump, displace from a seat
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