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Words from 'Penny Plain' by O. Douglas
'The schools had skailed, and the children, finding in the weather little encouragement to linger, had gone to their homes.' pg. 1
scattered, an Ulster-Scots word found @ BBC words and phrases______________________________________________________________
'Doesn't that sound delicious? 'Mullioned windows'. pg. 6
A vertical member, as of stone or wood, dividing a window or other opening.mullioned: adj.
'With February, hope and the snowdrops begin to spring, but January is a month to be warstled through as best we can.' pg. 127
Scottish - Wrestled or struggled