Definition of Drammock

1. raw oatmeal mixed with cold water [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drammock

dramaturges
dramaturgic
dramaturgical
dramaturgically
dramaturgies
dramaturgist
dramaturgists
dramaturgy
dramedies
dramedy
drammach
drammachs
drammed
dramming
drammings
drammock (current term)
drammocks
drams
dramseller
dramsellers
dramshop
dramshopkeeper
dramshopkeepers
dramshops
drank
drant
dranted
dranting
drants
drap

Literary usage of Drammock

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1. The Beggar's Benison, Or, A Hero, Without a Name, But, with an Aim: A by George Mills, Colin Rae Brown (1866)
"replied her companion with an oath and a look of contempt, "give them drammock, it will be easier made, and will stay their craving as well—quick! ..."

2. The Pirate by Walter Scott (1822)
"... a carefu' man wail have ta'en drammock, if breakfast he behoved to have, rather than waste baith ... Call it drammock ..."

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