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- adj. Alternative form of couthie.
- adj. (chiefly Scottish) agreeable and genial
“You can use your own couthy metaphor to describe what it will be like when Alex Salmond takes first minister's questions at Holyrood on Thursday.”
“That's if he can find an irritatingly couthy Scots phrase to crowbar into his soundbite, of course ...”
“I spier'd for my cousin fu 'couthy and sweet, [asked, kindly]”
“There is something warm and hospitable -- if he knew the language well enough he would call it couthy -- in the greeting that he gets from the shepherd on the moor, and the conversation that he holds with the farmer's wife in the stone cottage, where he stops to ask for a drink of milk and a bit of oat-cake.”
“Tammas, ma puir fallow, if it could avail, a 'tell ye a' wud lay doon this auld worn-oot ruckle o 'a body o' mine juist tae see ye baith sittin 'at the fireside, an' the bairns roond ye, couthy an 'canty again; but it's no tae be, Tammas, it's no tae be.”
“Drumtochty hes an idea o 'itsel', and peety the man 'at tries tae drive them, but they' re couthy.”
“It is a long walk through the snow, but there is a kindly, couthy smell from the woods, and at sight of the squares of light in his home, weariness departs from a Drumtochty man.”
“We had tender words also, that still bring the tears to my eyes, and chief among them was "couthy.”
“Tammas, ma puir fallow, if it could avail, a 'tell ye a' wud lay doon this auld worn-oot ruckle o 'a body o' mine juist tae see ye baith sittin 'at the fireside, an' the bairns round ye, couthy an 'canty again; but it's nae tae be, Tammas, it's nae tae be.”
“A sort of _couthy_, _pauky_, confidentially flattering way that he had with them, pleased them, and contributed greatly to keep them true to his counter.”
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