Noun(1) (Scandanavian folklore, either a dwarf or a giant(2) a partsong in which voices follow each other; one voice starts and others join in one after another until all are singing different parts of the song at the same time(3) a fisherman's lure that is used in trolling(4) angling by drawing a baited line through the water
Verb(1) circulate, move around(2) cause to move round and round(3) sing the parts of (a round(4) angle with a hook and line drawn through the water(5) sing loudly and without inhibition(6) praise or celebrate in song(7) speak or recite rapidly or in a rolling voice
(1) Whether you're using a troll , small lure on lead core line or a lure-and-worm combination, you'll find trout favoring certain areas of a lake.(2) troll the ancient Yuletide carol(3) The company in Los Angeles is but one of several companies that hire people to troll Internet chatrooms and newsgroups posing as clients' fans.(4) Fifteen salmon caught for the month of March and all fish were on the troll .(5) Do I go home after work, walk and feed Edward then leave him alone again and troll back into town?(6) you folks taking this opportunity to troll me, you really need to reassess your values in your life(7) Then he lowered his horns, galloped along the bridge and butted the ugly troll .(8) A few anglers are taking fish on the troll , but fly fishing is virtually at a halt.(9) Or is this a disaster waiting to happen in the form of massive comments spam, trolls , and other blog delights?(10) Search firms have long trolled the industry's executive ranks, often unsuccessfully, as financial stability and employer loyalty kept individuals in place.(11) And, with no dragons, monsters or trolls around to hunt, clearly something had to be done before the fickle finger of fate intervened.(12) I have fought trolls , seen elves, and I have met Carmella, one of the twelve sorceresses.(13) Just keep in mind that hateful comments and trolls will be deleted.(14) This has absolutely nothing to do with trolls , nasty emails or whiny posting.(15) Almost none of them were human - some looked like small dwarves, others like giant trolls !(16) Dwarves, trolls , giants, and goblins were of a lesser intelligence and did not associate much with humans and faeries.
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Different Formstroll, trolled, trolling, trolls
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