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Definition of moil:

  1. A spot; a defilement.
  2. To daub; to make dirty; to soil; to defile.
  3. To soil one's self with severe labor; to work with painful effort; to labor; to toil; to drudge.

Synonyms:

get the picture, corroboree, boil, ado, bray, fag out, pother, wear down, tug, squall, hubble-bubble, hullabaloo, dig out, wear, foofaraw, compass, splore, bobbery, delve, crunch, furor, welter, labor, grok, uproar, furore, hurly, drudge, cut into, jade, drive, clatter, fuss, tire, row, stew, do, tire out, comprehend, donkeywork, drudgery, turn over, outwear, push, dig, stab, alarums and excursions, dig up, seethe, ruction, wear upon, williwaw, fag, disturbance, strive, hurly-burly, bluster, hurricane, fun, craunch, bustle, toil, wear out, stir, zoo, ballyhoo, pandemonium, fatigue, mash, prod, poke, slavery, comminute, whirl, clutter, helter-skelter, jab, strain, kerfuffle, hubbub, travail, hollow, turmoil, to-do, hoopla, shindy, savvy, bother, work, rile, cranch, grasp, apprehend, storm, churn, hurry-scurry, excavate, grind, coil, rumpus, sweat, tumult, weary, hoo-ha, labour, roil, blather, hurry, ruckus, grate.

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