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nounSouthern, English Regional
Chiefly in plural A leather strap passing around the hindquarters of a carthorse, which allows the cart to be driven backwards or downhill; the breeching. Frequently attributive, as "quoiler-harness", "quoiler-horse".
Late 17th century; earliest use found in The London Gazette. Probably a variant of coiler.
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