Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A young man; a fellow: used in either a good or a bad sense.
- n. Alternative form of chield.
“The "chiel" among the agriculturists "taking notes" will be more likely to seduce than to warn; and if the record of his eventual triumphs be received as gospel truth, we must expect a vast emigration of the men of mind from the cities to the country.”
“My second "chiel" will take notes to the effect that while a friendly game of pinochle was in progress in the tenement rooms of Mrs. Andy”
“He did not think that a "chiel" was near, "taking notes," and will, doubtless, feel quite angry at having his character touched off in the ragged style of a slave's pen.”
“If you will but look with that bonnie smile on the handsome chiel, who is to be here the day, you will do his business.”
““What wonderful odds and ends that chiel has in his head to be sure!””
“I had no idea a chiel was taking notes down at quiet”
“And ‘a told me that ‘a had it from his father when he was quite a chiel, who made use o’ en just the same at every killing more or less; and pig-killings were pig-killings in those days.’”
“For there were a chiel cam ower the field, he min't ye on a arra ”
“Glossary: sheelicks: husked grain riddle: sieve ben: in helster-howdie: from "heels ower gowdie"; head-over-heels teuchit: lapwing tint: lost barra-shaft: handle of a wheelbarrow chiel: man min't: reminded hurled: driven, carried, hauled marra: equal”
“Noo, there was a chiel come ower the field, his name was Butter Scotty”
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