- Compare English dialect keech a cake. (Wiktionary)
“He's married to Claire Baker, who obviously succumbed to a large dose of Rohypnol when she agreed to marry baldy wee keech.”
“Via Semantic Compositions, where I learned that Rokeach is ROH-keech, not—as anyone who knows any Hebrew is tempted to say—roh-KAY-akh.”
“I meant in general: all of this corporate team-building keech, like It's A Knockout without the funny costumes.”
“For all its 'wha's like us' keech, Scotland was actually a country that liked to think it had been spared extremes.”
“So these two decided they'd break in to prove the system was keech anyway.”
“Ray lifted Martin out of the crib and placed him on his shoulder, the familiar whiffs of puke and liquid keech surrounding him like an unwelcome aura.”
“He steadied himself with one hand on the wall as he pissed, the extended duration made even less welcome by the whiffs of alsatian keech that kept wafting up and threatening to make him gag.”
“They didnae just succeed in provin 'the security was keech - they proved that if somebody had wanted to screw the place, it would have happened already.”
“Just as long as the keech completely insulated his ears.”
“Heh, there' a big keech on the mantelpiece, sir, 'announced Skinner joyfully, having wandered up to the doorway.”
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