Lexicographical Neighbors of Spreagh
Literary usage of Spreagh
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Quentin Durward by Walter Scott (1905)
"75 : 37- To our caserne. To our barracks. 79:14. To drive a spreagh. spreagh, cattle carried off in a raiding expedition. 79: 28. ..."
2. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1921)
"Vocabulary: Grat like a bairn, whimpered like a child; nebs, tips; co-toped, fell; scrog, thicket; spreagh, herd; ..."
3. The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (1842)
"... in Walter Scott's Quentin Durward, who offers to maintain at the point of the sword that "driving a spreagh or so is no robbery. ..."