- a small sturdy pony bred and used chiefly in Scotland and Ireland
C16: from Gaelic gearran
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As shrewd a rascal as Garron needed just such a place to settle on.
"He is an infant," said she to Julie, when young Garron had closed the door behind him.
Once, when she left him for two days, Garron threatened to kill himself.
She thought too, of her own life with Garron—of all its miserly hardships.
It was long after midnight when Garron paid his score under the tent.