toll[ tohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF toll
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOLL
We were within the vestibule before he had begun to toll the years.
Because, as goddess of the land, she claims her toll, the toll of human blood.
At the first stroke of twelve the prison-bell began to toll.
Suddenly the bell began to toll with slow and regular strokes.
The church bell began to toll, and Kate started up and listened.
He had reached the battle-ground where death had claimed its toll of human passion.
The toll is three piastres, (about twelve cents,) for a man and horse.
Let poverty do its worst in exacting its toll of humiliation.
As long as men will travel on the water, the sea-gods will take their toll.
In this way they escape the payment of Chinese likin, or toll taxes.