Definition of Assoil. Meaning of Assoil. Synonyms of Assoil

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Definition of Assoil

Assoil
Assoil As*soil", v. t. [OF. assoiler, absoiler, assoldre, F. absoudre, L. absolvere. See Absolve.] 1. To set free; to release. [Archaic] Till from her hands the spright assoiled is. --Spenser. 2. To solve; to clear up. [Obs.] Any child might soon be able to assoil this riddle. --Bp. Jewel. 3. To set free from guilt; to absolve. [Archaic] Acquitted and assoiled from the guilt. --Dr. H. More. Many persons think themselves fairly assoiled, because they are . . . not of scandalous lives. --Jer. Taylor. 4. To expiate; to atone for. [Archaic] --Spenser. Let each act assoil a fault. --E. Arnold. 5. To remove; to put off. [Obs.] She soundly slept, and careful thoughts did quite assoil. --Spenser.

Meaning of Assoil from wikipedia

- on a large hill north of Narlıkuyu, consists of the grabens result from ****oil of furrings for thousands of years. Natural phenomena of the grabens is...
- by the Statute of his noble Grandfather King Edward the Third, whom God ****oil. The jurist Sir William Blackstone wrote in his Commentaries on the Laws...
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