from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Scotch form of wallow.
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"Neither bite nor sup," said I. "I had a good wauch of milk in by Ratho."
"I don't believe it -- wauch!" said English Chief.
"Neither bite nor sup," said I. "I had a good wauch of milk in by
And, besides all this, evil spirits dwell there, whose chief delight lies in attacking, killing, roasting, and devouring men -- wauch! "
You will also encounter monsters of horrid shapes and awful strength on the land and in the water -- wauch! "
Now if you come to us, we shall be happy -- wauch! "
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