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There was HIS stone -- HIS, RICHELIEU'S, OWN SPECIMEN, carefully gathered by himself and none other -- and now stolen, abstracted, "skyugled,"
A Phyllis of the Sierras Bret Harte 1869
Magregor -- out of a better family than his'n, in Kansas, and skyugled me away, but it was a straight out marriage, and I kin prove it.
Tales of Trail and Town Bret Harte 1869
He hadn't much chance to show what he could do, for the rustlers found they had bitten off more than they could chaw, and they skyugled after he had dropped one. "
Cowmen and Rustlers A Story of the Wyoming Cattle Ranges Edward Sylvester Ellis 1878