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.
30pm and then at The Drouthy Cobbler, High Street, Elgin, at 7pm.
I'd be up front, pedalling like a drouthy navvy in need of a pint, while Judith reclined on the back of the seat, chomping on a Star Bar and taking in the sights.
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.
She plays The Drouthy Cobbler, Elgin, on October 16.
Tam O'Shanter is very evocative: "When chapman billies leave the street, And drouthy neebors, neebors meet.
If you are planning to be a drouthy crony (a thirsty participant), Burns Country provides a comprehensive guide to the Bard, including a chance to buy memorabilia, a discussion area and an archive of songs and poems, including the immortal To A Haggis.
One concept the group is hoping to expand is its Drouthy Neebors student bar chain, which is similar to the current vogue for Irish pubs but on a Scottish theme.
On Monday at 7pm, The Drouthy Cobbler, High Street, Elgin, is hosting An Evening With Linwood Barclay.