Lexicographical Neighbors of Kaleyard
Literary usage of Kaleyard
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song: Selected from English and American by Charlotte Fiske Bates (1910)
"... Our gudeman leans owre his kaleyard dyke, And a blithe auld bodie is he. The beuk maun be taen when the carle comes hame, Wi' the holie psalmodie; ..."
2. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1822)
"Each house smells from floor to roof with the good things of this life— the hare caught in her twilight inarch through the cottager's kaleyard, or the wild ..."
3. Remains of Nithsdale and Galloway Song by Robert Hartley Cromek, Allan Cunningham, William Gillespie (1880)
""Indeed," quoth she, "the cow and the kaleyard, wi' God's blessing's a' my mailen," He arose, and with his sabre killed the cow, ..."
4. Old Mortality by Walter Scott (1878)
"and the Mains, and my kaleyard, that I suld hae gotten back again, and a' for naething, as a body may say, but just the want o' some bits of sheep-skin that ..."