Such a thing as "a kist full of o' whitles" the Scotch can not endure.
“Ay, but the kist in the garret isna locked,” Nanny answered.
With that he drew from his side-pocket a large greasy leather pocket-book, and bade the gudewife lock it up in her kist.
kist was still but a journeyman blacksmith, and the Tzar out of compassion for his old acquaintance made him a handsome present.
His kist o' money won't hod na time, I warrant ye, when once that lassie gets her pretty fingers under the lid.
When you wore spectacles of sacke, mistooke The painted cloath, and kist it for your mistresse.Al.
He was a prime fowler himself, and luck it was that the kist came ashore dry.
Then restoring the pocket-book, he locked the kist carefully, and went down-stairs with the key—a very large one—in his hand.
A' that ye'll tak wi' ye will be but a kist and a sheet, after a'.
That nurs'd your honour up, held fast your vertue, And when she kist encreas'd, not stole your goodness.Duke.