brulzie

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Noun[edit]

brulzie (plural brulzies)

  1. (Scotland) A loud argument or dispute.
    • 1835, Andrew Picken, The Black Watch,
      "Here's a brulzie!" cried several voices, rushing into the hall, as a Highland quarrel was now fairly a-foot, and sides began to be taken, and a Babel of Gaelic confusion already prevailed in the motley assembly.