Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of durdum.

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Examples

  • Duke of Buccleuch's Merk Land, for the space of eight days and upwards; and a 'land-loupers, and dub-scoupers, and gae-by-the-gate-swingers, that come here to breed hurdums or durdums, huliments or buliments, haggle-ments or braggle-ments, or to molest this public Fair, they shall be ta'en by order of the Bailie and Toun

    From John O'Groats to Land's End

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