Definition of Trauchled
1. trauchle [v] - See also: trauchle
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Literary usage of Trauchled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. One Hundred Modern Scottish Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices by David Herschell Edwards (1888)
"I've trauchled lang, I've trauchled sair, He's cumin', comin' sune To choke my breath, to glaze my e'e. ..."
2. English Prose: Selections edited by Henry Craik (1910)
"... soldiers to come-a-land, and lie all together, to the number of thirteen score, for the maist part young beardless men, silly, trauchled, and hungered, ..."
3. The History of Scotland by George Buchanan, James Aikman (1827)
"... sillie, trauchled and hungered, were supplied with keall, pottage, and fish." The sequel of the story is gratifying. Some time after this, ..."
4. Scottish Poets in America: With Biographical and Critical Notices by John Dawson Ross (1889)
"... The cauld sleet soaked him to the skin; An' buffeted wi' winds unruly He lookit like a tattie dooly; An' trauchled ae way or anither Tint cowl and ..."
5. English Prose: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers and by Henry Craik (1916)
"... the number of thirteen score, for the maist part young beardless men, silly, trauchled, and hungered, ..."