American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A man who is a native or inhabitant of Scotland. See Usage Note at Scottish.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A native of Scotland; a Scot. Also Scotchman.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. See Scotchman.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Scotland
- Scots + -man (Wiktionary)
“Nevertheless, Brown's visit to Basra yesterday puts him firmly in the "pro-war" camp, while the Scotsman is also telling us that, as prime minister, the chancellor will maintain his opposition to the euro.”
“But now the dishy Scotsman is taking on an even more daunting task by shooting a pilot, Rex Is Not Your Lawyer, for (dun dun dunnnn) NBC.”
“Although my image of the drunken Scotsman is less Willie and more the scary idiots who would shout abuse at me in Glasgow as soon as they heard my accent!”
“To take a dislike to a fellow Scotsman is really quite sad but please don't judge us all by his annoying blitherings.”
“An article about the bust in The Scotsman is punctuated with some stats on other massive drug finds of late:”
“The Scotsman is reporting that PANICKING Labour ministers are considering a 'suicide election' to give the party a fresh start under a new leader, following their humiliating defeat at the hands of the SNP in the Glasgow East by-election.”
“For Stephen Holden, The Flying Scotsman is "a conventional underdog sports movie that should have been much more gripping.”
“And regardless of whether you want to class this as a story or not, the fact that the issue was showcased on the front page of the Scotsman is evidence enough that the SNP have dropped the ball on this one.”
“Your boss has to offer to meet the manager in question to try and placate him, much to the disgust of a dour Scotsman from the Manchester area.”
“In a time when, for transparently opportunistic reasons, the Lying Scotsman is pretending to care about the Union, it is instructive to see how the Socialist Worker Party feels about the idea of national culture.”
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