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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sourock
Literary usage of Sourock
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Horae Subsecivae by John Brown (1897)
"... and the particular properties of the sourock Park, which James Dalgetty curses every time it's spoken about, and says, 'It greets a' winter, ..."
2. Gems of the Modern Poets: With Biographical Notices by Samuel Carter Hall (1842)
"... thy wa's an' flat the riggin'; Though round thy lum the sourock grows, An' rain-draps gaw my cozy biggin'. Lang hast thou happit mine and me, ..."
3. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1895)
"The assertion that wood-sorrel (oxalis) is the real shamrock may be set down as a genuine British blunder. sourock ..."
4. The Irish Quarterly Review (1853)
"THE WEE HOUSIE. thee weel, my wee auld house, igli laigh thy wa's an flat the riggin', i round thy lom the sourock grows, •ain-draps gaw my cozy biggin'. ..."
5. Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts by William Chambers, Robert Chambers (1846)
"... the sourock grows, And rain-draps gaw thy cozy biggin'. Lang hast thou happit mine an' me, My head's grown gray ..."
6. Songs, by the Ettrick shepherd by James Hogg (1831)
"I I.IKE thee weel, my wee auld house, Though laigh thy wa's an' flat the riggin', Though round thy lum the sourock grows, An' rain-draps gaw my cozy biggin' ..."