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  • n. A small loaf of bread; a snack


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  • I'm shure we hadna abune a moofu 'o' tea drucken, an 'Sandy was juist awa' to tak 'aff' the ham, when the fryin 'pan was knockit ooten his hand, an' doon the lum cam 'a pozel o' bricks an 'shute that wudda filled a cairt.

    My Man Sandy

  • Sandy fell back ower an 'knockit Mistress Kenawee richt i' the flure.

    My Man Sandy

  • Hieland limmer, had knockit out my brains, or that I had got you strung up in a halter.

    Red Cap Tales Stolen from the Treasure Chest of the Wizard of the North

  • ‘Od, my brains wad hae been knockit out by twa blackguards, if it hadna been for his four quarters.

    Chapter L

  • It wad be sair news to the auld wife below the Ben of Stuckavrallachan, that you, ye Hieland limmer, had knockit out my harns, or that I had kilted you up in a tow.

    Rob Roy

  • "D'ye think," he said, "that the fowk knockit wi 'their staves on the door o' the temple in Jerusalem?"

    The Lilac Sunbonnet

  • And sometime strode thro 'leaf & brake and knockit at ye cottage door and thus to Madge, ye hoyden, spake:

    A Little Book of Western Verse

  • "But ta turf hit her an ta lug, and knockit off her bonnet."

    Steve Young

  • "Threw a big lump of turf and knockit off her bonnet."

    Steve Young

  • "Nay; she wants it for ta togs when ta gate's knockit down."

    Three Boys or the Chiefs of the Clan Mackhai


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