Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The furnace of a kiln.

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Examples

  • Na, na—the muckle chumlay in the Auld Place reeked like a killogie in his time, and there were as mony puir folk riving at the banes in the court and about the door, as there were gentles in the ha’ And the leddy, on ilka Christmas night as it came round, gae twelve siller pennies to ilka puir body about, in honour of the twelve apostles like.

    Chapter VI

  • 'Fancy?' answered Dinmont, 'there's a reek like a killogie.

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Volume 02

  • Na, na, the muckle chumlay in the Auld Place reeked like a killogie in his time, and there were as mony puir folk riving at the banes in the court, and about the door, as there were gentles in the ha '.

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Complete

  • ’ answered Dinmont—‘there’s a reek like a killogie.

    Chapter XLVIII

  • Na, na, the muckle chumlay in the Auld Place reeked like a killogie in his time, and there were as mony puir folk riving at the banes in the court, and about the door, as there were gentles in the ha’.

    Guy Mannering

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