moiling

adjective
moil·ing | \ ˈmȯi-liŋ \

Definition of moiling 

1a : requiring hard work

b : industrious

2 : violently agitated : turbulent

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Other words from moiling

moilingly \-lē \ adverb

Examples of moiling in a Sentence

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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The first known use of moiling was in 1566

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