stoolie

noun
stool·ie | \ˈstü-lē \

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Examples of stoolie in a Sentence

told the mule that if he ever turned stoolie, he'd end up spilling his guts in more ways than one

First Known Use of stoolie

1924, in the meaning defined above

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