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- Rhymes: -ɔɪl
- (Yorkshire) To be able to justify the expense of a purchase.
- I loved those red shoes but I couldn't thoil it in addition to the new dress I'd bought.
- 1996, Transactions of the Yorkshire Dialect Society
- But yon poor widder-woman, strugglin' along on a bit of a pension, 'ad nowt left but two coppers - but sh' thoiled it, an' put it in, all t' same!
- Lenited form of toil.