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Definition of Carle
1. carl [n -S] - See also: carl
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Literary usage of Carle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"My Doctors, look that you agree, Cure a' the town without a fee; My Lawyers, dinna pike a plea: carle, now the King 's come ! ..."
2. The Works of Robert Burns by Robert Burns (1877)
"carle,* an the King come, carle, an the King come, Thou shalt dance and I will sing, carle, an the King come. An somebody were come again, Then somebody ..."
3. Select Works of the British Poets: In a Chronological Series from Falconer edited by John Aikin (1841)
"carle, NOW THE KING'S COME.« BEING NEW WORDS TO All AULD SPRING. THE news has flown frac mouth to mouth ; The north for ance has bang'd the south ..."
4. The Poets and Poetry of Scotland: From the Earliest to the Present Time by James Grant Wilson (1875)
"There's waur than you been made a knight- carle, uow the King'e come! " My reverend Clergy, look ye say The best of thanksgivings ye lia'e, ..."
5. Silva gadelica (I-XXXI): a collection of tales in Irish with extracts by Standish Hayes O'Grady (1892)
"Then Finn and the carle returned back again, nor concerning their travel and wayfaring is anything told us until they reached Ben-Edar. ..."