Moil (verb, noun)
moil [ moil ]verb (used without object)
1. to work hard; drudge.
2. to whirl or churn ceaselessly; twist; eddy.verb (used with object)
to wet or smear.noun
4. hard work or drudgery.
5. confusion, turmoil, or trouble.
a superfluous piece of glass formed during blowing and removed in the finishing operation.
a short hand tool with a polygonal point, used for breaking or prying out rock.OTHER WORDS FROM MOIL
un·moiled, adjectiveWORDS RELATED TO MOIL
strive, travail, strain, work, drive, grind, plod, sweat, struggle, back, drudge, toil, slave, endeavor, tend, cultivate, tugSee more synonyms on Thesaurus.comOrigin:
1350–1400; Middle English moillen to make or get wet and muddy < Middle French moillier < Vulgar Latin *molliāre, derivative of Latin mollis soft
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