“But she gave what she called a skreigh as soon as she had read half a page.”
“Ha! there it was again -- the low skreigh o 'pain I had heard before.”
“With a muffled skreigh the mare leapt forward, seized the bit 'twixt her teeth, and _ventre à terre_ pursued the others in spite of her rider's remonstrances.”
“` ` Ye are a dauring villain, Rob, '' answered the Bailie; ` ` and ye will be hanged, that will be seen and heard tell o '; but I'se ne'er be the ill bird and foul my nest, set apart strong necessity and the skreigh of duty, which no man should hear and be inobedient.”
“` ` I watna, 'replied Mr. Jarvie; --- ` ` it was a bletherin phrasin' chield they ca 'Fairservice, that cam at e'en to get an order to send the crier through the toun for ye at skreigh o' day the morn.”
“I luffed for my life, for I thocht we were ower near Soa; but na, it wasnae that, it was puir Sandy Gabart's deid skreigh, or near hand, for he was deid in half an hour.”
“` ` Dear brother, '' said the old lady, ` ` ye'll cry yoursell as hoarse as a corbie --- is that the way to skreigh when there's a sick person in the house? '”
“` ` The skreigh of a Tammie Norie, '' answered Ochiltree --- ` ` I ken the skirl weel. '”
“The skreigh of a Tammie Norie," answered Ochiltree -- "I ken the skirl weel.”
“Dear brother," said the old lady, "ye'll cry yoursell as hoarse as a corbie -- is that the way to skreigh when there's a sick person in the house?”
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I sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world. --Walt Whitman
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