Definition of Bieldy

1. Adjective. (Scotland) Sheltered from the weather; affording shelter. ¹



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Definition of Bieldy

1. affording shelter [adj BIELDIER, BIELDIEST]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bieldy

bidonville
bidonvilles
bidoublet
bidoublets
bids
biduous
bieberite
biegnet
biehlite
bield
bielded
bieldier
bieldiest
bielding
bields
bieldy (current term)
biello-siegel criteria
bien
bien-pensant
bien pensant
biennale
biennales
biennia
biennial
biennially
biennials
biennium
bienniums
bienséance
biepitaxial

Literary usage of Bieldy

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Complete Works of Robert Burns (self-interpreting) by Robert Burns (1886)
"bieldy, sheltered; as, a bieldy spot. Bien, wealthy, plentiful, snug. That live sae bien an' snug. Big, to build. Wi' dirty stanes biggin' a ..."

2. Shooting by ALEXANDER INNES. SHAND (1902)
"It is a bracing day, with the touch of chill in the air that induces you to keep moving, or to welcome a stand in what the Scot calls "a bieldy bit. ..."

3. The Bookman (1898)
"It was the bieldy side of the hill. Two fir-trees had fallen at some time in the common fashion of wind-blown pines, with their roots clean out of the earth ..."

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