gang-there-out love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Vagrant; vagabond; leading a roaming life.

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Examples

  • ‘Troth can I no; I am a lone woman, for James he’s awa to Drumshourloch fair with the year-aulds, and I daurna for my life open the door to ony o’ your gang-there-out sort o’ bodies.

    Chapter I

  • ` ` Ye wad hae tried, cousin, 'answered my guide, ` ` that I wot weel; but I doubt ye wad hae come aff wi the short measure; for we gang-there-out Hieland bodies are an unchancy generation when you speak to us o' bondage.

    Rob Roy

  • Drumshourloch Fair with the year-aulds, and I daurna for my life open the door to ony o 'your gang-there-out sort o' bodies. '

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Complete

  • I wot weel; but I doubt ye wad hae come aff wi’ the short measure; for we gang-there-out Hieland bodies are an unchancy generation when you speak to us o’ bondage.

    Rob Roy

  • Drumshourloch Fair with the year-aulds, and I daurna for my life open the door to ony o’ your gang-there-out sort o’ bodies.’

    Guy Mannering

  • "Ye wad hae tried, cousin," answered my guide, "that I wot weel; but I doubt ye wad hae come aff wi 'the short measure; for we gang-there-out

    Rob Roy — Complete

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