It's like to blaw a bonnetfu', and she rows awfu' in ony win'.
Anywhere—nowhere—everywhere; to 'all the airts the wind can blaw.'
I'm no sae scant o' clean pipes as to blaw wi' a brunt cutty.
"'blaw the wind ne'er so fast, it will lown at the last'" quoted Erica, smiling.
These verses were written as a continuation to Burns's "Of a' the airts the wind can blaw."
Some of the boys Sundays would get hold of that horn, just for the fun of the thing, and blaw it for all it was worth.
It was during the honeymoon, as he calls it, that he wrote the beautiful "O a' the airts the wind can blaw."
He has a cauld coal to blaw at, "He is engaged in work that promises no success," S. Prov.
"blaw lown, Dan; ye dinna ken wha may hear ye," said Charlie.
Our bedrooms are dismal dens, open to "a' the airts the wind can blaw," half furnished, and not by any means half clean.