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- v. Present participle of pech.
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Wee Jean staggered, her wee legs trembling, peching like a collie dog, winded after rounding up an unruly flock of sheep.
By the time he reached the second floor, he was peching and remembering exactly why he liked living in Patience's basement.
Honest man, he had had a sore fecht with the wind and the sleet, and he came in with a shawl roppined round his neck, peching like a broken-winded horse; so fain was he to find a rest for his weary carcass in our stuffed chintz pattern elbow-chair by the fire cheek.