owt


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owt

(aʊt)
pron
Northern English a dialect word for anything
[a variant of aught1]
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owt

[aʊt] N (Brit) (dial) → algo, alguna cosa
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"I niver said I was owt o' t' sort," he whimpered, cowering behind the chair in a sullen ague.
'Eea, f'r owt ee knaw!' she answered, skurrying away with a pan of hot cinders.
Peggotty, 'owt of what passed between Mas'r Davy and me, th' night when it snew so hard, you know as I have been - wheer not - fur to seek my dear niece.
'Whereas,' said the man, 'Maister Weston 'ull pray with me quite in a different fashion, an' talk to me as kind as owt; an' oft read to me too, an' sit beside me just like a brother.'
Her Chill Owt Collection boasted of lip crayons with frosted finishes.
Allus - always, Be reight - it will be fine, Owt - anything, Nowt - nothing, Ey up - watch out!
OZCO is the originator and leader in the Ornamental Wood Ties (OWT) hardware category, offering high-quality structural connectors for use in decks, pergolas, arbors, pavilions, planters, and more.
Although the number of writing centers conducting OWT is currently unknown, the sustained growth in online post-secondary education enrollment (Babson College), creates a corresponding need to offer equitable support services for distance-based students.
My wife doesn't pay me or owt but it's good to see what people think SYD LITTLE ON RESTAURANT JOB
During Saturday's event Chris Basten, chairman of OWT, said: "The plan is to get the phase one, which includes full access to the water, operational this year - subject to road access being available.