weel


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Related to weel: weal

weel

(wiːl)
adv, adj, interj, sentence connector
a Scot word for well1
References in classic literature ?
This change of note disconcerted Ebenezer; he was a little while digesting it, and then says he, "Weel, weel, what must be must," and shut the window.
"Weel," said my uncle, "I dinnae care what he said, he leed, and the solemn God's truth is this, that I gave him twenty pound.
They are, micht, nicht, lickt, weel, gane, ane, nane, stane, rowit, mirk, nocht, brocht, mair, sperit at, sair, hert.
McIntyre said, quite easy, "he might as weel be awa'.
At last, when we had passed a couple of hours or so, very agreeably, he suddenly took up his hat, and leaning over the table and looking me full in the face, said, in a low voice: "Weel, Misther, we've been vara pleasant toogather, and ar'll spak' my moind tiv'ee.
"And now better lid 'im to the nirrest polissstation; or weel you go and tell the poliss yourself?" asked the Portuguese, in the same tone of mordant irony.
"Draw it mild, Stenie, my man; ye play unco weel, but ye mak a most infernal din," cried Uncle Jem, with his hands over his ears, for this accomplishment was new to him, and "took him all aback," as he expressed it.
Hae a keekie in tae Doric Film Festival on Google - weel worth it - tae see the fine efforts, for aa I've time for the day is tae feature the main winners.
I wish her weel - in days tae come Wi' fun and frolic: Lang may she
Weel noted that independent sales organisations have noticed 10-20% increases in sales that come directly from the use of Merchant-Flo.
Weel recommended that primary care physicians suspect spondyloarthritis when they see younger adults with chronic back pain, and refer these patients to a rheumatologist if they suspect an inflammatory basis for the pain.