Definition of Gawcier

1. gawcy [adj] - See also: gawcy



Lexicographical Neighbors of Gawcier

gavial
gavialoid
gavials
gaviiform seabird
gavilimomab
gavot
gavots
gavotte
gavotted
gavottes
gavotting
gavver
gavvers
gawbies
gawby
gawcier (current term)
gawciest
gawcy
gawd
gawds
gawk
gawked
gawker
gawkers
gawkers' block
gawkier
gawkies
gawkiest
gawkily
gawkiness

Literary usage of Gawcier

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

1. The Siller Gun: A Poem in Five Cantos by John Mayne (1836)
"Neist rank to him, see Deacon Gowdy, " In velvet coat as black's a mowdy : " A gawcier man ne'er ..."

2. The Book of Scottish Poems: Ancient and Modern by John Ross (1878)
"... his wonderfu head, Was his shelter in winter, in summer his shade; And at kirk, or at market, or bridals, I ween, A braw gawcier bonnet there never was ..."

3. Complete Songs and Poems of Robert Tannahill: With Life and Notes; Also, a by Robert Tannahill (1874)
"... in simmer his shade ; And at kirk, or at market, or bridals, I ween, A braw gawcier bonnet there never was seen. Wi' a round rosy tap, like a meikle ..."

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