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1. brǒustī adj.

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Fermented; of oil: rancid.

2. ūrlī adj.

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?Emaciated, miserable-looking.

3. snippand adj.

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?Dazzlingly white; ?cold, nipping.

4. smilt adj.

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Finely sifted.

5. switteron adj.

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?Splashing, wallowing; switteron swein, fig. ?a helpless infant.

6. stitton adj.

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An abusive epithet of uncertain meaning.

7. ērī adj.

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Filled with fear or dread.

8. Scottish adj.

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(a) Of Scottish nationality; found or produced in Scotland; characteristic of Scotland; also, as noun: Scottish people or soldiers; Scottish man; (b) Scottish king, king of Scotland; Scottish langage

9. stage adj.

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Of animal skins: dried by stretching, without seasoning; also, as noun: dried, unseasoned skins.

10. stā̆terand adj.

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Staggering, tottering, stumbling; -- as term of abuse.

11. thrat adj.

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?Swollen, enlarged; ?misshapen.