drouthy


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drouthy

(ˈdrʊθɪ)
adj
Scot thirsty or dry
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The stream is shrunk--the pool is dry, And we be comrades, thou and I; With fevered jowl and dusty flank Each jostling each along the bank; And by one drouthy fear made still, Forgoing thought of quest or kill.
Wojtek the Bear play Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh, on May 24, Drummonds, Aberdeen, on May 25, King Tut's, Glasgow on May 26, Drouthy Cobbler, Elgin, on June 1 and Mad Hatters, Inverness, on June 2.
Brewdog opened its Stirling bar in November, 2015, taking over the premises in Baker Street formerly occupied by Drouthy Neebours.
June dates - Glasgow King Tut's (15), Edinburgh Electric Circus (16), Ullapool Arch Inn (17), Strornoway Woodlands Centre (18), Inverness Mad Hatters (19), Elgin Drouthy Cobbler (20).
In the middle of that drouthy summer in the country, Ro and Cam are invited to a party at the local schutzenverein hall where the largely German community gathers to shoot targets and socialize.
The fringing vegetation--where it has not been destroyed by later clearing--is mainly Rock Tea tree Kunzea ambigua, a hardy shrub that tolerates the often drouthy conditions of the shallow edges of granite outcrops on Flinders and Cape Barren Islands.
the Temperance Hotel--the only hotel in the island, and but seldom patronized; so those who want spirits find in the steamboat a house 'licensed to retail spirits, porter and all', and drouthy customers have thus a special interest in the steamboat sailings.
Emerging Star has shown enough in two runs to suggest he can make it third time lucky in the Drouthy Juvenile Novices' Hurdle.
Champion jockey Tony McCoy's trip across the border for just one ride failed to pay off as Miss Opulence managed only fourth place behind Alam in the Drouthy Juvenile Novices' Hurdle.
McCormack's season has been severely restricted and he was registering his first success for three weeks when the 4-5 chance landed the Drouthy Juvenile Novices' Hurdle.
CROSBY DON can win the Drouthy Juvenile Novices' Hurdle (12.
Some years ago her researchers tried to snaffle four bottles of whisky out of the door of a Scotland Office do, only to be apprehended on behalf of drouthy guests.