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  • n. Plural form of gomeril.

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Examples

  • “In gude troth, ye have skeel of our sect, sir,” replied the dame; “they are gomerils, every one of them — I tell them sae every hour of the day, but catch them profiting by the doctrine.”

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • It's just, said I, ` amaist as silly as our auld daft laird here and his gomerils o sons, wi 'his huntsmen and his hounds, and his hunting cattle and horns, riding haill days after a bit beast that winna weigh sax punds when they hae catched it.' ''

    Rob Roy

  • "In gude troth, ye have skeel of our sect, sir," replied the dame; "they are gomerils, every one of them -- I tell them sae every hour of the day, but catch them profiting by the doctrine."

    St. Ronan's Well

  • "We'll manage," said McKinnon, "for the gomerils have let us slip at their bonfire and lost us.

    The McBrides A Romance of Arran

  • It's just, 'said I,' amaist as silly as our auld daft laird here and his gomerils o 'sons, wi' his huntsmen and his hounds, and his hunting cattle and horns, riding haill days after a bit beast that winna weigh sax punds when they hae catched it. '"

    Rob Roy — Volume 01

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