Definition of Gawcier
1. gawcy [adj] - See also: gawcy
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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 ..."