Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of quire.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete A quire; a book.
“Fifth, Sir James a Stuart, ancestor of the Earls of Athol, Buchan, Tra - quair, &c He was killed at the battle of Halidon Hill 1333.”
“in times she be; but there's something about her I don't quite fancy; the plain fact is, she's rather _quair_, and I shall go up to the village.”
“Th other youngens’ull git to thinken she’s quair, an you’ll have another Reuben.”
“Well, ye-yes, but you've got to know how to tackle the guv'nor; he's a quair sort.”
“quair, Ue He was killed at the battle of Halidon Hill 1533.”
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