sit, lie, or stand in a lazy, relaxed way:
the two girls lolled in their chairs.
hang loosely; droop:
he slumped against a tree trunk, his head lolling back
her tongue was lolling out between her teeth.
stick out (one's tongue) so that it hangs loosely out of the mouth:
the boy lolled out his tongue.
, Chabrol, Coll, doll, Guignol, haute école, loll, moll, pol, poll, skol, sol, troll, vol
•obol • aldol • Panadol • Algol • argol
•Gogol • googol • alcohol • glycol
•protocol • paracetamol
•Sebastopol • Interpol • folderol
•cholesterol • Lysol • Limassol
•parasol • aerosol • girasol • entresol
•sorbitol • capitol • Athol • menthol
droop, dangle (intr. and trans.); lean idly XIV; hang out (the tongue) XVII. perh. f. a base ult. identical with that of †lill
(XVI) hang out the tongue; the orig. meaning may have been ‘allow to hang loose’.