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  • noun 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)

  • 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

  • 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 — Complete

  • 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

  • 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: or, 'Tis sixty years since

  • 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

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