(kwoil or koil)
n.1.See Coil.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
The last inhabitant of these woods before me was an Irishman, Hugh Quoil (if I have spelt his name with coil enough), who occupied Wyman's tenement -- Col.
One of his first encounters there was with Hugh Quoil, an Irishman who had fought at Waterloo.
Collins, Field, Quoil: the houses of the three Irish families serve as an alternative version of his own experiment, past, present, and future, in a history of failure.
When Hugh Quoil dies in the road, it is little wonder that Thoreau surveys his deserted shack with such fascination.
She said: "We were heading toward the Quoil Bridge in Downpatrick when the bus seemed to slip on the side of the road.