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  • noun Alternative form of sassenach.

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Examples

  • Twould be good fortune indeed if the Sassenach were a real lord, and knew Queen Elizabeth, and could ask her directly to—

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • Twould be good fortune indeed if the Sassenach were a real lord, and knew Queen Elizabeth, and could ask her directly to—

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • Twould be good fortune indeed if the Sassenach were a real lord, and knew Queen Elizabeth, and could ask her directly to—

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • "Sassenach," he said, "ye didna think that I was grieving for a stiff finger and a few more scars?"

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • "Sassenach," he said, "if you apologize each time ye hurt me, it's going to be a verra long night-and it's lasted some time already."

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • I opened my mouth, then caught the word "Sassenach," spoken with no kindly intonation, and shut it again.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • The term "Sassenach," spoken in its usual derogatory sense, suddenly struck me with a sense of desperate longing for the man who called me so in affection.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • "Sassenach," he said against my shoulder, a moment later.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • I knew he didn't mean me; the word was spoken with a completely different-and quite shocking-intonation; a bitterness that reminded me that "Sassenach" was by no means a friendly term in normal usage.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • "Sassenach, " he said, -he kens damn well he can't.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

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