Green’s Dictionary of Slang

touzle v.

also toozle, towzle
[Scot. touzle, to handle (esp. a woman) rudely or indelicately]

of a man, to fondle intimately; to have sexual intercourse (cf. towze v.); thus touzling n.

[UK] Penkethman’s Jests II 5: Says she do not touzle me so, for I hate it.
[UK]W. Kenrick Falstaff’s Wedding (1766) III vi: She must be no tenderling: she must be none of your gingerbread lasses, that will crumble to pieces in the towzling.
[Scot]Burns The Jolly Beggars in Works (1842) 11/1: I ance was abused in the kirk, For touzling a lass i’ my daffin.
[UK]C. Dibdin ‘Duet’ Collection of Songs I 23: You touzled her well on a cock of new hay.
[UK]Bridges Burlesque Homer (4th edn) I 147: May unmolested take his fill, / And tousel Helen when he will.
[UK] ‘The Blowing In Quod’ Swell!!! or, Slap-Up Chaunter 39: Oh! what shall I do; / Nobody coming to touzle me, / Nobody coming to woo.
[UK] ‘The Wager’ Ticklish Minstrel 5: He would towzle the young chambermaid.
[UK]Exquisite II:61 8/2: And after they’d poked her, / Tickled, touzled and stroked her.
[UK]Hotten Sl. Dict. 260: Toozle to romp. ― Scotch.
[UK]Sl. Dict. 328: Touzle to romp with or rumple. ― Scotch.
[UK]‘Confessions of a Virtuous Wife’ in Cabinet of Venus 299: I [...] gamahuched the dear jewel till at last you were obliged to touzle me.