The captain and old trull—I believe it's trull—ran aft, and are looking over the taffrail!
But neither the captain nor trull nor Donovan could believe it was the surf.
"Unless I'm mistaken, that is just what old trull is up to now," said Wade.
Old trull and Bonney caught up the pike-poles to fend off with.
He should have gone to Beeson, Pancoast with it; instead of to trull.
This trull—seems to me I've seen his name on our records—what's he want there?
They were a Gates and a trull who had met here, started a hand-to-hand battle and tumbled into the water.
Mr. Chadwick was a native of trull, near Taunton, in Somersetshire, where he was born in 1751.
Old trull and Weymouth were set to watch the ice, and the rest of us went down to breakfast.
Do you mean to tell me a boy can go and marry when he pleases, and any trull he pleases, and the marriage is good?