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from toil n. from Anglo-French toil, toyl dispute, contention, forensic strife = Old French tooil toeil, toel, touil, tueil bloody mêlée, trouble, confusion, etc., from tooillier, etc. + -ous
From: Remains of the Early Popular Poetry
Collected and Edited by W. Carew Hazlitt, Volume the Third, 1866
A Treatise of a Galaunt. P. 156
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