Definition of Couthiest
1. couthie [adj] - See also: couthie
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Literary usage of Couthiest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lawrie Todd: Or, the Settlers in the Woods by John Galt (1849)
"... and cracking away like a pengun to the reverend gentleman, with whom he laid himself out in the couthiest manner to the best advantage. ..."
2. Here and There in Two Hemispheres by James Duff Law (1903)
"... the true language of poetry, and right well worthy to be styled the sweetest, couthiest, richest, subtlest, strongest,* most melodious, most graphic, ..."
3. Legends of the Braes O' Mar by John Grant (1876)
"... and couthiest they had—the Vat Cave their choice dwelling- place. From their retreats here they vexed the country all round; and it would appear they, ..."
4. Aberdeen and Its Folk: From the 20th to the 50th Year of the Present Century by James Riddel (1868)
"... and on his entering the shop he was greeted with an ardent and demonstrative reception—the Deacon saying to him in his couthiest tones—" Come awa, ..."