Definition of Trachled
1. trachle [v] - See also: trachle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trachled
Literary usage of Trachled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of Best Readings by Solomon Henry Clark (1902)
"... an' a' sair trachled wi' mony cares o' this world. They'ill need a clear word tae comfort their herts and show them the way everlasting. ..."
2. Ancient Ballads and Songs of the North of Scotland: Hitherto Unpublished by Peter Buchan (1875)
"... They've trachled a' our horsemen, And gart our captain sleep; And gart our captain sleep, And the lassie win away; And she'll go no more to Conland, ..."
3. Narrative of Mr. James Nimmo Written for His Own Satisfaction to Keep in by James Nimmo, William George Scott-Moncrieff (1889)
"O his pitty & marcie to poor trachled sinners. () for faith & patience. Upon the 11th of March amongst severall other thinges, the Lord helped me much to be ..."
4. Whistle-binkie: A Collection of Songs for the Social Circle by John Donald Carrick, Alexander Rodger, David Robertson (1890)
"Ye surely dinna ken the dool Ye gar yer trachled mammy dree, Whan thus, throughout the lee-lang day Ye winna close yer ..."