Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of famble.

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Examples

  • ‘I was good for mair than that in the great fight between our folk and Patrico Salmon’s; if I had not helped you with these very fambles’ (holding up her hands), ‘Jean Baillie would have frammagem’d you9ye feckless do-little!

    Chapter XXVIII

  • Salmon's; if I had not helped you with these very fambles (holding up her hands), Jean Baillie would have frummagem'd you, ye feckless do-little! '

    Guy Mannering — Complete

  • Patrico Salmon's; if I had not helped you with these very fambles

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Complete

  • ‘I was good for mair than that in the great fight between our folk and Patrico Salmon’s; if I had not helped you with these very fambles (holding up her hands), Jean Baillie would have frummagem’d you, ye feckless do-little!’

    Guy Mannering

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