moiling

adjective moil·ing \ ˈmȯi-liŋ \

Definition of moiling

1 a : requiring hard work
2 : violently agitated : turbulent

moilingly

play \-lē\ adverb

Examples of moiling in a Sentence

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

First Known Use of moiling

1566

in the meaning defined at sense 1b

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