bluidy

bluidy

(ˈbludɪ)
adj, bluidier or bluidiest
dialect Scot bloody
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Seven long years I served for thee, The glassy hill I clamb for thee, The bluidy shirt I wrang for thee, And wilt thou not wauken and turn to me?
No crocs in his waters, so you can even bathe, and he's a bluidy marvel at comin' up with tucker; roots and fruits, the odd snake for roasting, simply buckets of fish, and he cooks 'em all, you know, none of this sushi business.
If ye only took yon bluidy fence oot the way, Man, sic a towsing ah'd gie them grumfies.
see him owre his trash, As feckless as a wither'd rash, His spindle shank, a guid whip-lash, His nieve a nit; Thro' bluidy flood or field to dash, O how unfit
Bluidy MacKenzie was a 17th- century prosecutor and writer who is said to haunt the kirkyard.
DON'T end the night with an empty apricot sack and Bruce #3 asking, "Wait 'ta bluidy minnit
The 529-yard sixth isn't called Bluidy Burn for nothing.
And if Archie Roylance's dog, The Bluidy Mackenzie, is worth an entry, this ought to place the name in the memory of persecutions long ago.