"toll-shop" Definition

  1. a Yorkshire correspondent gives this word as denoting in that county a prison, and also the following verse of a song, popular at fairs in the East Riding:— “But if ivver he get out agean, And can but raise a frind, Oh! the divel may tak’ TOLL-SHOP, At Beverley town-end!” This is but a variation of the Scottish TOLBOOTH.

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Position in the dictionary: 3710 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: tom, tom and jerry shop, tom toppers, tom tug, tom-fool’s colours, tom-tom, tomboy, tombstone, tomfoolery, tommy
Previous words in the dictionary: tol-lol, toko for yam, toke, togs, toggery, tog, toft, tofficky, toffer, toff

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