brool

brool

(bruːl)
n
a low roaring sound, a deep murmur
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Currency fluctuations impact international trade and the domestic economy, (Brool and Eckwer, 1999).
Apparently filled or inspired by the words/food in his house, or perhaps by the "brooled and cocked and potched" eggs he prepares (184.17-18), Shem produces ink from his feces and uses it to write "over every square inch of the only foolscap available, his own body" (185.3536).