Definition of Screigh

1. screich [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: screich



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Screigh

screenwash
screenwork
screenwriter
screenwriters
screenwriting
screes
screeve
screeved
screever
screevers
screeves
screeving
screich
screiched
screichs
screigh (current term)
screighed
screighs
screw-loose
screw-off
screw-offs
screw-pine family
screw-top
screw-topped
screw-tops
screw-up
screw-worm
screw arteries
screw auger

Literary usage of Screigh

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1. New Letters of Thomas Carlyle by Thomas Carlyle (1904)
"... and as I kept far away from the universal "screigh," and would not read a word of the balderdash that was written upon me, and was zealously abetted by ..."

2. Pocket Dictionary of the Scottish Idiom: In which the Significance of the by Robert Motherby (1826)
"screigh, v. and s. to shriek; a shriek; a cant name for whisky, ... screigh o' day, s. the day break, ..."

3. A Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: Supplement by John Jamieson (1825)
"A coarse-featured person, SA both in the pronunciation and in the signification. screigh ... V. screigh, v. ..."

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