"Your majesty, the princess is just tired from using too much strength... also, the silver she came in contact with took a toil on her!"

I see both, but just realized they don't mean the same thing. Or am I wrong? However, they're used to mean the same thing, but toil doesn't make sense, does it?

  • Can you double check whether toil is a typo for toll?
    – mdewey
    Commented May 20, 2022 at 9:26

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Toll is correct. I think toil must just be a typographical error. She might have got tired from excessive toil, but the assertion is that the silver took a toll.

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