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  • But he was as heumble as he was fit, an 'never teuk ony credit till himsel' for onything 'at he did or was; an' this she was ill pleased wi ', though she cudna help likin' him, an 'made nae banes o' lattin 'him see' at he wasna a'thegither a scunner till her.


  • 'at I am, an' lattin 'the beasts rin wull amo' the corn, 'at's weel peyed to haud them oot o' 't!

    Sir Gibbie

  • September 22, 2009 at 9:48 am oo! iz dat a lattin joek ai seez? lattin darns, maibee?

    Teh Lolz - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • "Ye dinna tell me!" said Mistress Winton, never lattin 'wink she heard

    My Man Sandy

  • _ Made of lattin; as a lattin saucepan, a lattin teakettle, &c.

    The Dialect of the West of England; Particularly Somersetshire

  • "God lukit, and saw her lattin in, and leugh His heart sair."

    The Homeric Hymns A New Prose Translation; and Essays, Literary and Mythological

  • I wad as sune objeck to lattin 'my ain wife lie aside me.'

    Robert Falconer

  • An 'what 's ten times mair exterord'nar, there's the Duke o' Gordon jist lattin 'the gype tak 's wull o' the hoose a 'his grace's ain forbears!


  • She stude up an 'spak weel, an' weel oot, but no to muckle profit, as 't seemed to me; only I'm maybe no a fair jeedge, for I cudna be rid o 'the notion' at she was lattin 'at mysel' a 'the time.


  • But I cudna hae bidden (endured) the jaud, 'cep' at I had rizzons for lattin 'her jaw wag.



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