The Earl of bute was scarcely known, even by name, to the country which he was soon to govern.
And I can see with half an eye the bute is on t'other fut, Depper.
There was a great root of it round by the back-door here; 'twas dretful sweet, and she had to set it over, Miss bute said.
He had an interview with bute in the evening and insisted on a change in the sentence.
bute continued to visit the princess of Wales, but on the king's arrival always retired by a back staircase.
If bute came over to their side they could make a stand against him.
Before the king and bute opened their campaign they insured support in parliament.
George and bute were determined that he should go; George was ungracious, bute uncivil.
bute was almost absolutely unacquainted with Parliament or practical politics.
bute stood in his way as the king's ally and secret counsellor.
Butazolidin2, a drug sometimes used to stimulate racehorses (1960s+)