Thesaurus / trolled


There at least he would find peace from the strenuous amours of Margharita as trolled by the revelers.

In addition to his other faculties, no one cut a sly joke, or trolled a merry ditty, better than Jerry.

RookwoodWilliam Harrison Ainsworth

Her Briarcroft songs were appreciated, and the girls sang them lustily and trolled out the chorus with vigour.

The noise of the song, trolled out from iron lungs, had drowned the huzzahs heralding the old man's advent.

I trolled in the swift water as we proceeded, and with my spoon took a few small trout.

One evening, while in this posture, he took up his lute and trolled a favourite ditty.

The Book of KhalidAmeen Rihani

And we had trolled round these fish in every conceivable way.

At one great pull I brought up two wapping big fellows at a time, and trolled them on while Mr. Burke scooped them up.

This river has long been a fishing ground for the Indians, who trolled for the fish with a strong hand-line and spoon.

Fishing in British ColumbiaThomas Wilson Lambert

At any rate, he trolled out his song as though he were: it was Christmas night, and every one should be merry.

Jupiter LightsConstance Fenimore Woolson

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