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  • 'Ow are you off now, for the notion of a future styte?

    The Ebb-Tide Lloyd Osbourne 1907

  • The teeth grinned, revealed by the livid, drawn-back lips, and how she knew him again in such a orful styte she couldn't tell you -- not if you offered her pounds and pounds to say ----

    The Dop Doctor Richard Dehan 1897

  • The minute I see what an awful styte we was in, I says, Miss Walbrook, she'll 'ave to know, I says; and so

    The Dust Flower Basil King 1893

  • "What put sic buff an 'styte i' yer heid, sir?" rejoined Meg; defiant of the hints her husband sought to convey to her.

    The Marquis of Lossie George MacDonald 1864

  • It's naething but a dist o 'styte and nonsense' at's won in throu the cracks ye got i 'yer heid, fechtin.

    Heather and Snow George MacDonald 1864

  • 'Buff an' styte yersel '!' cried Shargar, in indignation, from the bed.

    Robert Falconer George MacDonald 1864

  • An 'I doobtna thae rimes wasna even a verse o' an auld ballant, but jist a cletter o 'clinkin' styte

    Warlock o' Glenwarlock George MacDonald 1864

  • It maybe disna become _me_ to say't, ony mair nor Gowk Murnock 'at sits o' the pu'pit stair, -- but eh the styte

    Heather and Snow George MacDonald 1864

  • 'That's buff an' styte (stuff and nonsense), Shargar.

    Robert Falconer George MacDonald 1864

  • 'oles in 'em, who can say? but the styte in which they come back from Them

    The Dop Doctor Richard Dehan 1897


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