The ol jellyfish wouldnt a had the nerve to inform without backin, as sure as a stone wall.
An' I hopes, ol girl,' says he, 'that you'll be able t' boil the water 'ithout burnin' it.'
It was, however, a wonderful voyage that ol Luckoi had taken him that night.
They peered over, and from out of the blackness they were hailed by a faint "ol!"
Id risk every thing I got, down to my very hide, sez the ol man, earnest to a degree.
There is nobody in all this world who knows so many tales as ol Luckoi!
An to see her an hear her, youd ha thought she owned the ol Corner House.
I'd like to put an old label on to him round the middle like his bottles are, with ol Pondo on it.
Li devus atenti sian laboron pli, ol li faris, kaj tiuokaze li ne estus difektinta ĝin.
So we fell to, ol Bill Hulk an me, on the Scotch an the pain-killer.
An alcohol or a phenol: glycerol.
Variant of -ole.
A suffix used to form the names of chemical compounds having a hydroxyl (OH) group, such as ethanol.