Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. etc. See highland, etc.

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Examples

  • Where in deep purple hue, the hieland hills we view

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  • A gallant caserne it was — the best and roomiest that I had hitherto seen — rather cold and windy, it is true, especially in the winter, but commanding a noble prospect of a range of distant hills, which I was told were ‘the hieland hills,’ and of a broad arm of the sea, which I heard somebody say was the Firth of Forth.

    Lavengro

  • He rolled him in a hieland plaid, which covered him but sparely, and slept beneath a bush o 'broom,

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  • Years later, Duncan and his son are in a hieland brigade in the French and Indian War and are marching toward a fort with a

    Piper's Refrain (Duncan Campbell)

  • When he gied the word, hieland foot was never slow and hieland bluid was never laggin '.

    St. Cuthbert's

  • A gallant caserne it was -- the best and roomiest that I had hitherto seen -- rather cold and windy, it is true, especially in the winter, but commanding a noble prospect of a range of distant hills, which I was told were 'the hieland hills,' and of a broad arm of the sea, which I heard somebody say was the Firth of Forth.

    Lavengro; the Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

  • A gallant caserne it was -- the best and roomiest that I had hitherto seen -- rather cold and windy, it is true, especially in the winter, but commanding a noble prospect of a range of distant hills, which I was told were "the hieland hills," and of a broad arm of the sea, which I heard somebody say was the Firth of Forth.

    Lavengro The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

  • I wad fain hope the hieland hills of our location inland are mair pleasant-lookin 'than this. "

    The Settler and the Savage

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