from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of trolley.
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- n. Alternative form of trolley.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See trolley.
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Well I hope they give her a trolly, that is the least they could do.
It was housed in a green tub and mounted on the kind of trolly garage hands lie upon when working underneath a car.
It has, however, one special feature which gave it the name "Trolly lace," as, unlike the perfectly flat lace of Flanders, it has a coarse thread or "trolly" outlining its patterns, and being made of English thread, it was coarse and not very durable.
We, therefore, chose the "trolly," gladly accepting the offer of it, as it was to be the best they had, with six chairs on it, and abundance of room for our boxes.
A —, her brother, had promised to escort us home; but we now found that the good-natured authorities of Bodenbach had tried their best for our comfort, and that we had the option of an open boat down the Elbe to Schandau, or of a "trolly" or "lorry" on the deserted rail -
As we had heard that the gates of Dresden closed at ten, we got rather into a fidget when twelve passed and no "trolly" appeared.
Considering the short time the railway had been closed, the crop of weeds that covered the line, in many places up to the top of the "trolly," was wonderful.
The dang trolls always go all "trolly" before they can give up any answers.
"trolly," this shabby one, which in other circumstances would have been regarded as unworthy of our notice, appeared now as our ark of refuge.
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