Definition of Sheuchs
1. sheuch [n] - See also: sheuch
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sheuchs
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Literary usage of Sheuchs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Scottish Poets Recent and Living by Alexander G. Murdoch (1883)
"... the sheuchs and the sykes, And ilk thing 'gainst whilk my heid I might rap, Ye help me to shun them a', Colin Dunlap. * For the better understanding of ..."
2. The Incorporated Trades of Edinburgh with an Introductory Chapter on the by James Colston (1891)
"... and to cast "sheuchs and ditches " for conveying it through the intervening lands ; and, having got their powers, they waited for fifty-one years before ..."
3. Transactions and Proceedings by Perthshire Society of Natural Science (1908)
"... from its being intersected with ditches called sheuchs, and dykes, or walls, built of earthen sods or turf; of which material all the houses are built, ..."