scotsman

Part of speech: noun

A Scotchman.

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Usage examples "scotsman":

  1. Ship's Corporal Sandy M'Grath, the huge Scotsman, whose great fist had stifled Count von Eckstein's attempt to cry out, touched his cap and said: " Awa' wi' him, boys," and out they went at a run. - "The World Peril of 1910", George Griffith.
  2. The place was only fit for some stolid German, or Scotsman, or even Englishman and his wife, who had no ambition but to bullock and make a farm of the place. - "Joe Wilson and His Mates", Henry Lawson.
  3. When Paul approached the subject of Willie's former relation to Jean Lindsay and his hopes of making her his wife, the Scotsman set his lips firmly together and refused to speak. - "The Day of Judgment", Joseph Hocking.