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  • n. Plural form of Scotchman.

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Examples

  • Scotsmen "Scotchmen" - "I find this a good easy way of annoying them."

    The Complete Works of George Orwell (reviews)

  • The Scotchmen were the first to score, which they did through Mr. M'Call against the wind, half-an-hour from the start; but the Englishmen soon bore down on the

    Scottish Football Reminiscences and Sketches

  • He was of a very ancient family, and somewhat embarrassed fortune; a scholar, according to the scholarship of Scotchmen, that is, his learning was more diffuse than accurate, and he was rather a reader than

    The Waverley

  • He was of a very ancient family, and somewhat embarrassed fortune; a scholar, according to the scholarship of Scotchmen, that is, his learning was more diffuse than accurate, and he was rather a reader than a grammarian.

    Waverley — Volume 1

  • "Scotchmen" run also from the Midland St.tion at St. Pancras, and from

    Little Folks (October 1884) A Magazine for the Young

  • "No," said Jan, "not the English Government, but two Scotchmen, which is much the same thing.

    Swallow: a tale of the great trek

  • It occurs to me that both Hume and Smith were Scots (or “Scotchmen,” as Johnson preferred to say) and that dislike for the North British was perhaps the one thing that Johnson had in common with his unscrupulous enemy Wilkes.

    Demons and Dictionaries

  • Scotchmen, though admirable in some ways, lack this essentially English pragmatism.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • What say you to a few Etonians in the saddle for a bit and NO bloody Scotchmen?

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • The starry old baboochkas were still there on the black and suds and Scotchmen we'd bought them, and we said: "Hallo there, girlies, what's it going to be?"

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