Definition of Snaws
1. snaw [v] - See also: snaw
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Literary usage of Snaws
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Whistle-Binkie: Or, The Piper of the Party: Being a Collection of Songs for by John Donald Carrick, Alexander Rodger, David Robertson (1878)
"... Then ne'er again I'll fret, > a' your wishes I'll agree— An' we'll be brawly yet." FLOWN AWA' ARE FROSTS AN' snaws. AIR—" Willie Wattle dwalt an Tweed. ..."
2. The Port Folio by Joseph Dennie, Asbury Dickins (1806)
"I see you are scudding under bare poles." • snaws ... Hoot na," answered the landlord, with great simplicity, " it snaws aw hiles," When Lord Buckley ..."
3. Proverbs, Proverbial Expressions, and Popular Rhymes of Scotland by Andrew Cheviot (1896)
"E. MONY haws, | Mony snaws. Many haws, many sloes, Many cold toes.— E. When the hawthorn has its early haws, We shall have many ..."
4. The Leisure Hour edited by William Haig Miller, James Macaulay, William Stevens (1876)
"Many haws, Many snaws. Many sloes, Many cold toes.1' " Many hips and haws, Many frosts and snaws." " If the oak bear much mast (acorns) it ..."