troll

Part of speech: verb

To sing or roll out in a free, hearty manner.

Part of speech: verb

To fish by dragging a line near the surface.

Part of speech: noun

A catch or round.

Part of speech: noun

Fishing. A reel; lure used in trolling.

Part of speech: noun

A giant; a mischievous dwarf.

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Usage examples "troll":

  1. German attempts at Comedy remind one vividly of Heine's image of his country in the dancing of Atta Troll. - "The Short Works of George Meredith", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
  2. One of them had been taken away by a Troll to his castle, which was six miles off, and the other had been carried off to a castle which was nine miles farther off still. - "The Red Fairy Book", Various.
  3. It will be better for you to depart at once, for a Troll lives here who has six heads. - "The Red Fairy Book", Various.