Definition of Stovies

1. Noun. A traditional Scottish dish of stewed potatoes and onions with cold meat. ¹



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Definition of Stovies

1. stewed potatoes [n]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stovies

stovehouses
stoveless
stovelike
stovepipe
stovepipe hat
stovepipe iron
stovepiped
stovepipes
stovepiping
stover
stovers
stoves
stoveside
stovetop
stovetops
stovies (current term)
stoving
stovings
stow
stow away
stowable
stowage
stowages
stowaway
stowaways
stowboard
stowboards
stowce
stowces
stowdown

Literary usage of Stovies

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1. The Universal Traveller: Designed to Introduce Readers at Home to an by Charles Augustus Goodrich (1836)
"There does not, probably, without some foreign interposition, exist in Africa, a stone house, or one which rises two stovies from the ground. ..."

2. New Cases: Selected Chiefly from Decisions of the Courts of the State of New by Austin Abbott, James MacGregor Smith (1894)
"... as against the remaining next of kin (Citing Quarles v. Quarles, 4 Mass. 680; Kenny r. Tucker, 8 Id. 143; Power's Appeal, 63 Pa. St. 443 : stovies r. ..."

3. A History of Inventions and Discoveries by Johann Beckmann (1817)
"See stovies Account of Westminster, vol. ii. p. 55. The clock at St. Mary's, Oxford, was also furnished in 1523, out of fines imposed on the students of the ..."

4. The Pamphleteer by Abraham John Valpy (1826)
"... who, in a discussion respecting a great point of national welfare, gives prominence to such stovies as you have trumped up respecting the temper of the ..."

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