Definition of Spreaghs

1. spreagh [n] - See also: spreagh



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spreaghs

spreading
spreading bellflower
spreading depression
spreading dogbane
spreading factor
spreading fleabane
spreading pogonia
spreadingly
spreadingness
spreads
spreadsheet
spreadsheeting
spreadsheetlike
spreadsheets
spreagh
spreaghs (current term)
spreathe
spreathed
spreathes
spreaze
spreazed
spreazes
spreazing
sprechgesang
sprechstimme
spreckled
spred
spredd
spredde
spredden

Literary usage of Spreaghs

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1. The British Review, and London Critical Journal by William Roberts (1818)
"Ye had better stick to your auld trade o' theft-boot, black-mail, spreaghs, and gill-ravaging—better stealing ..."

2. The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His Last by Walter Scott (1833)
"... and the curates, and the auld enormities o' surplices and cear- ments 7 Ye had better stick to your auld trade o' theft-boot, black-mail, spreaghs, ..."

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