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hernesheir commented on the word dwam
This word is found in the 1816 The Antiquary (Waverly Novels) by Sir Walter Scott. See quote under unbrissed.
January 28, 2010
yarb commented on the word dwam
He fell into a dwam in which he felt only the hard kerb under his backside and awoke suddenly with a hushing sound in his ears.- Alasdair Gray, Lanark, ch. 12
January 19, 2009
sonofgroucho commented on the word dwam
Isn't this a great word? It means a trance-like state, but it wasn't defined as such, even in the Urban Dictionary. I've submitted a definition.
April 1, 2007