Definition of sool in English:
verb[with object] chiefly Australian /NZ
1.1Urge or goad (someone) into doing something: you’re always trying to sool me into thinking this or that
More example sentences
- I do not think Justice Barrett is going to proceed in the light of these orders, even if Mr Gageler is sooling him on.
- Such people, the powerless, are easy prey, for those who stalk the political landscape, searching for scapegoats onto whom the angry and disenfranchised, whether socially or economically, can be sooled, as we say where I come from.
- Example sentences
- Never heard of anyone being called a sooler before but the sense of someone on the attack sounds right.
Late 19th century: variant of dialect sowl 'seize by the ears', of unknown origin.
Words that rhyme with soolBanjul, befool, Boole, boule, boules, boulle, cagoule, cool, drool, fool, ghoul, Joule, mewl, misrule, mule, O'Toole, pool, Poole, pul, pule, Raoul, rule, school, shul, spool, Stamboul, stool, Thule, tomfool, tulle, you'll, yule
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