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Toll

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
toll (noun)
1.
a tax or fee paid for some liberty or privilege (as of passing over a highway or bridge)
2.
compensation for services rendered as
a) a charge for transportation
b) a charge for a long-distance telephone call
3.
a grievous or ruinous price - inflation has taken its toll , especially cost in life or health - the death toll from the hurricane
toll (verb)
intransitive verb
transitive verb
to take or levy toll
1.
a) to exact part of as a toll
b) to take as toll
2.
to exact a toll from (someone)
toll (verb)
transitive verb
1.
- allure entice
2.
a) to entice (game) to approach
b) to attract (fish) with scattered bait
c) to lead or attract (domestic animals) to a desired point
toll (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to sound (a bell) by pulling the rope
2.
a) to give signal or announcement of - the clock tolled each hour
b) to announce by - tolling church bells tolled the death of the bishop
intransitive verb
c) to call to or from a place or occasion - bells tolled the congregation to church to sound with slow measured strokes - the bell tolls solemnly
toll (noun)
the sound of a bell - tolling
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
toll (verb)
to make the clear sound heard when metal vibrates
SYNONYMS:
bong, chime, knell, peal, toll
RELATED WORDS:
chink, clang, clank, clash, clink, ding, ding-dong, gong, jangle, jingle, ping, plink, plunk ( plonk), tang, tingle, tinkle; echo, resonate, resound, reverberate
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