bauchled

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

bauchled

  1. (Scotland) Wearing cheap or old shoes.
    • 1898, Neil Munroe, John Splendid
      A beetle-browed chamber, long, narrow, stifling with the heat of a great fire, its flagged floor at intervals would slap with bare or bauchled feet dancing to a short reel.
    • 1928, St. Andrew Society, The Scots, volume 10, DC Thompson, page 407
      [...] as he cowered in the half-lit hall the woman came in bauchled feet up the stair, and looking him full in the face laid her hand, roughened red through much scrubbing, on his shoulder.

Verb[edit]

bauchled

  1. simple past tense and past participle of bauchle