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also Scot·ty  (skŏt′ē)
n. pl. Scot·ties Informal
A Scottish terrier.
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(ˈskɒtɪ) or


n, pl -ties
1. (Breeds) See Scottish terrier
2. informal a Scotsman
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Scot′tish ter′rier

one of a Scottish breed of small, stocky terriers having short legs, a large, square-jawed head with bushy eyebrows and whiskers, and a hard, wiry, often black coat.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Scottie - old Scottish breed of small long-haired usually black terrier with erect tail and earsScottie - old Scottish breed of small long-haired usually black terrier with erect tail and ears
terrier - any of several usually small short-bodied breeds originally trained to hunt animals living underground
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[ˈskɒtɪ] N (= dog) → terrier m escocés
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(also Scottie dog)Scotchterrier m, → Schottischer Terrier
(inf: = Scotsman) → Schotte m
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References in classic literature ?
Please don't begin to howl, Scottie, or I shall run away!"
Then she remembered the old man's talk of being "up-ended like a milk-can," and buried her face on Scottie's neck.
Sitting round the cosy fire, listening to Scottie strumming on his guitar and sniffing the appetising smell of dinner wafting from the giant frying pan, I can see that this kind of life holds some appeal.
And it is heading towards a glorious conclusion this summer, following the launch of the interactive community memory bank website, In 2010, ECHO columnist and former ECHO sports editor Ken Rogers produced two successful social history books under the banner, Lost Tribe of Everton and Scottie Road.
'Scottie has a bright future not only with Ginebra but also in the PBA,' said Tenorio during the PBA Media Day Thursday at Solaire Resort and Casino.
But ( Faysal actually wasted his HOH by evicting Scottie out.
Barangay Ginebra San Miguel rising star Scottie Thompson emerged as the leading choice of fans in the initial tally of voting for this year's PBA All-Star Week.
Auld Scottie McCoo Coming to you from his hometown of Edinburgh, Auld Scottie McCoo is a cheeky chappie.
I play Scottie, who's an old friend of Danny's and Scottie has had some experience in the secret services and he is able to help Danny in his quest to sort out the after effects of this murder.
Scottie had a fantastic sense of humor, the ability to make all that were blessed to have known him laugh or smile with his contagious smile.
SCOTTIE THE DOG In the bleak winter 2010 And the snow kept falling down I got down to the shops to fill my pantry up When I came out of the shop I couldn't believe what I saw A lovely white Scottie dog wearing a lovely red kilt The pleats in it were perfect oh how I laughed He had on a nice black jacket with epaulettes on the shoulder, With shiny brass buttons too I smiled all the way at what I had seen I told all the ladies where I lived but just laughed And wouldn't believe me I told the lady who owned the dog She took a photo of him and gave it to me Which was very nice He would be perfect walking with the band When the pipes begin to play He would stick his chest out and wag his tail Because he was Scottish and proud of it too L PRICKETT, Dunston.