Definition of Bawties

1. bawtie [n] - See also: bawtie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bawties

bawlers
bawley
bawleys
bawling
bawling out
bawlings
bawls
bawn
bawneen
bawns
bawr
bawrel
bawrs
bawsunt
bawtie
bawties (current term)
bawty
baxter
baxters
bay
bay-antler
bay-k-8644
bay-leaved caper
bay-rum tree
bay cat
bay cats
bay laurel
bay leaf
bay leaves

Literary usage of Bawties

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1. Annals of the Parish of Lesmahagow by John Blackwood Greenshields (1864)
"... at free quarters ; and bawties, finding that he was not prospering, returned to his own country, after having been at Waterhead about twelve months. ..."

2. The Picture of Scotland by Robert Chambers (1827)
"... Here lies Sir John the Graham, Felled by the English bawties; the last word of this elegant paraphrase being a familiar Scottish phrase for dog. ..."

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