Definition of sool in English:

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verb

[with object] chiefly Australian/NZ
1(Of a dog) attack or worry (an animal): a pair of these birds will sometimes sool a hare
1.1Urge or goad (someone) into doing something: you’re always trying to sool me into thinking this or that

Origin

late 19th century: variant of dialect sowl 'seize by the ears', of unknown origin.

Derivatives

sooler

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