Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of darg (day's work, or set quantity of work)

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Examples

  • I am sure there are many scores of stout burghers in the town who would have done this day's dargue as well or better than I.

    The Fair Maid of Perth St. Valentine's Day

  • He then laid down his spade, cast on his coat, and heartily offered to see the minister out of the moss, if he should lose the rest of the _day's dargue_.

    Old Mortality, Volume 1.

  • He then laid down his spade, cast on his coat, and heartily offered to see the minister out of the moss, if he should lose the rest of the _day's dargue_.

    Old Mortality, Complete

  • I am sure there are many scores of stout burghers in the town who would have done this day’s dargue as well or better than I.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • He then laid down his spade, cast on his coat, and heartily offered to see the minister out of the moss, if he should lose the rest of the day’s dargue.

    Old Mortality

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