Trowl

n.1.See Troll.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
``Come, trowl the brown bowl to me, Bully boy, bully boy, Come, trowl the brown bowl to me: Ho!
Notwhatiam can atone for his fall last time out in Uttoxeter's Steve Gresty AKA The Trowl Memorial Handicap Hurdle.
hospitable liar would trowl down to the bottom after a helpless
Get that woman a trowl, a vat of industrial strength concealer and some scaffolding now before her entire face caves in!
Spurgeon, "Discipline of the Church at the Metropolitan Tabernacle," Sword and Trowl: 50-51.
Like Tamburlaine or Faustus, Barabas symbolizes the rapidly expanding world of the Renaissance with his merchant ships traversing the waves from Persia to Alexandria to Crete: "Thus trowls our fortune in by land and sea, / And thus are we on every side enriched" (102-3).