Definition of Drouking

1. drouk [v] - See also: drouk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drouking

drotts
drought
drought-tolerant
droughted
droughtier
droughtiest
droughtiness
droughtinesses
droughting
droughtless
droughtproof
droughts
droughty
drouk
drouked
drouking (current term)
droukings
droukit
drouks
droumy
drouth
drouthier
drouthiest
drouths
drouthy
drove
drove chisel
droved
droven
drover

Literary usage of Drouking

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1. A Daughter of Heth by William Black (1894)
"This storm will wreck many a boat; and it would be rather hard if a lot of sailors should be drowned merely to give us a drouking." " This is a punishment ..."

2. Nether Lochaber: The Natural History, Legends, and Folk-lore of the West by Alexander Stewart (1883)
"Our companion of that day, who got a thorough drouking, as we say in Scotland, on his way home that afternoon, writes us with some humour that " as he has ..."

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