To Acco'il. v.n. [See Coil.] To croud, to keep a coil about, to bustle, to be in a hurry; a word now out of use.
About the cauldron many cooks accoil'd,
With hooks and ladles, as need did require;
The while the viands in the vessel boil'd,
They did about their business sweat, and sorely toil'd. Fairy Q.