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MOIL, verb transitive To daub; to make dirty. [Little Used.]

1. To weary. [See the next word.]

MOIL, verb intransitive [Gr. labor, combat; to strive, to fight; Latin molior, and miles.] To labor; to toil; to work with painful efforts.

Now he must moil and drudge for one he loathes.

MOIL, noun A spot. [Not in use.]