- n. Scotland A small, nasty or insignificant person.
- Origin uncertain. (Wiktionary)
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“So thou comest from Armstrong of Kinmont, boy; and had Kinmont Willie no better messenger at hand, that he had to fall back on a smatchet like thee?”
“John Stewart, being re-examined and confronted with the child, was easily compelled to allow that the "little smatchet" was there, and to give that marvellous account of his correspondence with Elfland which we have noticed elsewhere.”
“You'd break your fecking wrist swinging on of them smatchet around!!!”
“Fifty years gone, Robin -- when she was but a smatchet [a very young person] -- I said that lass would do well.”
“The smatchet is far from being a wristbreaker (unless you're talking about the other guy;))”
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