Also, the fash left at the junction of the moulds when a ball is cast.
For "I don't know," he said "I dinna ken;" for "trouble" the word was "fash," and for "not," "na."
The Scotch were either too "canny" or too dull to "fash" themselves about it.
Why dis here's to be a rigler scrumptious, fash'nable 'tainment!
“Never you fash your thumb about that, Maister Francie,” returned the landlady, with a knowing wink.
We go into this war, if we iver do go into it, with th' most fash'n-able ar-rmy that iver creased its pants.
They're fash'nable, Samivel, and it's about the only think in fash'n as I reg'larly likes.
But do not fash yourself now, my good sir; you are past thought, I take it, and you want a hearty meal.
Why should I fash myself over a man with a personality like a pair of shears?
Ten years ago these close would no doubt have been fash'n'ble, and perhaps they would be ekally sim'lar ten years hens.