\ˈsül\
-ed/-ing/-s

Definition of sool 

1 Australia : to incite (as a dog) to attack : sic

2 Australia : to urge on

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History and Etymology for sool

from dialectal British sowl, sole, sool to pull by the ears, of unknown origin

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