Definition of Sneeshin
1. sneesh [n -S] - See also: sneesh
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Literary usage of Sneeshin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Oor Ain Folk: Being Memories of Manse Life in the Mearns and a Crack Aboot by James Inglis (1894)
"... Specimens of his Muse—Rob Osal', the Flesher—Daft Jamie— Willie Burness—Willie Hood—'sneeshin' on the Cheap'— Robbie Welsh—Peter M'Kenzie—Anecdotes. ..."
2. The Antiquary by Walter Scott (1816)
"... for some time in his huge waistcoat pocket till he found the object of his search, the Antiquary added, " there's sixpence to ye to buy sneeshin. ..."
3. A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans by James Browne (1843)
"Na, the diel a pickle sneeshin shall ever go into it till the King be restored; and then, I trust in God, I'll go to London, and then 1 will put ..."