Lolly vs Lull - What's the difference?
As a proper noun lolly
As a noun lull is
a period of rest or soothing.
As a verb lull is
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A piece of hard candy on a stick; a lollipop.
* 2004 , , Feast: Food that Celebrates Life ,
(UK, slang, uncountable) Money.
(Australia, New Zealand) Any confection made from sugar, or high in sugar content; a sweet, a piece of candy.
* 1924 , Frank George Carpenter, Australia, New Zealand and Some Islands of the South Seas ,
- Trim the lolly' sticks, so that you have a stem of about 3–4cm to stick into the cake, and then plunge the sticks of the foreshortened ' lollies into the cake so that the ghoulish faces leer out from their black-frosted graveyard.
* 2002 , R.I.C. Publications, Primary Science ,
- Leaving the Domain, I walked back to the hotel, noticing the queer signs by the way. One was “Lollies for Sale.” It was over the door of a confectioner?s store where all sorts of candies were displayed.
* 2008 , ,
- Organise the students into small groups. Send a letter home to the parents stating that the science lesson will involve students eating a small amount of lollies'. Check which students are allowed to eat ' lollies . Students with diabetes will only be able to observe or they could bring their own ‘special’ sweets from home.
- He looked straight into Frau Diller?s spectacled eyes and said, ‘Mixed lollies , please.’
- Frau Diller smiled.‘Here,’ she said, tossing a single lolly onto the counter. ‘Mix it yourself.’
* candy (US)
* ice lolly
* lolly scramble
A period of rest or soothing
(nautical) a period without waves or wind.
(surfing) An extended pause between sets of waves.
- About 2 hours in, a long lull cleared everyone out, and then it started getting a little more consistent and pushing chest ta neck high — 808surfer.com forum [http://www.808surfer.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=5611&sid=89085fc4ffa26528388fbcce5f7faf50]
- to lull him soft asleep
To become gradually calm; to subside; to cease or abate.
- Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie, / To lull the daughters of necessity.
- The storm lulled .
* (To cause to rest) appease