Definition of Spulzied
1. spulzie [v] - See also: spulzie
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Literary usage of Spulzied
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of the Troubles and Memorable Transactions in Scotland, in the by John Spalding (1829)
"Upon the 8th day of August, John Dugar, of whom mention is made before, came with his companions to the laird of Corse, his bounds, and spulzied the ground ..."
2. History of Logie-Coldstone and Braes of Cromar by John Grant Michie (1896)
"... upon the 8th day of August, John Dugar (there were at least two of that name) came with his companions to the Laird of Corse his bounds, and spulzied ..."
3. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness by Gaelic Society of Inverness (1899)
"... and spulzied all. The other company passed to the house of the late John Buchan, pursuer's tenant, which the}' first spulzied and then ..."
4. Publications by Spalding Club, Aberdeen (1848)
"The price of the horse spulzied was twentie-six shillings eight pence ; oxen and cows, thirteen shillings four pence ; sheep and goats, two shillings ..."
5. Drummond of Hawthornden: The Story of His Life and Writings by David Masson (1873)
"... and safe back-coming therewith to Edin- bruch, on beand spulzied [without being robbed] of his said third part, or otherwise harmed in body or gear. ..."
6. The Scottish Historical Review by Company of Scottish History (1905)
"In 1587 Rorie M'Leod of Dun vegan seems to have been guilty of an act of piracy on the high seas, in that ' he reft spulzied and took certaine ..."