from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A species of sea-bird.
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Mrs. Mobbs stuffed a sack of straw up the chimney of the fireplace, to prevent the fall of the "sutt," as she called it.
Mead-sutt Bettony with the Roots, Blew-bottles with the Roots, the like quantity; of Eye-bright two handfuls, Wood-bind one handful.
Can't shake yer paw, lad, 'cause I'm up to the elbows in grease, not to speak o 'sutt an' ashes. "
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