“But my certie, lad, thought I, times are changed since ye came fleeing down the back stairs of auld”
“‘Ma certie, I should just think so,’ cried McIntosh, rubbing his head with his handkerchief.”
“(She lowered her voice.) "Ye mun ken, Sir, that o 'a' the leddies frae the Lammermuir, that hae been comin 'and gaen, there was an auld rudas wife this fair, an' I'm certie she's witched the yill; and ye mun just look into ye'r buiks, an 'tak off the withchin!”
“Tak 'your certie o' that my braw callant," said I, "ne'er sail it be tauld o 'Jamie Mc-Dougall, that he steeked his door again the puir and hauseless, an the bluidy sleuth hounds be on ye they'se find it ill aneugh I trow to get an inkling o' ye frae me, I'se sune shaw 'em the cauld shouther.”
“Ma certie, lad," said King James, "ye maunay learn that there is nae rule wi'out its aicciptions.”
“Quite an interesting crowd when you come to think of it, for its size and babel of tongues! but, my certie!”
“Maybe he was," said her husband, leering; "but you needna cast it at us, for, my certie, if the men got it frae him in the forenoon, the women got it in the afternoon.”
“Ma certie, I should just think so,' cried McIntosh, rubbing his head with his handkerchief.”
“An 'says I to her:' Meg Kissock, ye're a bonny woman, 'says I.' My certie, but ye hae e'en like spunkies [will-o'-the-wisps] or maybes," said Saunders in a meditative tone.”
“When you preach, we a 'ken the word o' God's safe in your hands; but when thae young birkies tak it in haun, my certie, but it taks us a 'to look after them .”
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Another of my random palavery lists for words or phrases that haven't yet found a place in one or more of my other lists.
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