Lisett' to kit la plaine, Mo perdi bonhair mou; Zis mou sembl fontaine, Dpi mo pa mir tou.
Ye're like the Kilbarchan calves—like best to drink wi' the wisp in your mou'.
I didna think the muckle horned deil himsell could hae set up his mou' to the heaven, and braggit and blasphemed in sic a way.
The service from now on seemed like an incoherent tumult, the preacher's voice now and then above it, crying, "mou'n an' pray!"
Eating your groatsworth of mou en civet, fleshpots of Egypt, elbowed by belching cabmen.
Ye see, I wasna that sharp-set the day, sae I had jist a mou'fu' o' breid and cheese.
As one sister feelingly remarked, "Dat ooman des baihin' dat man in huh prayahs, an' I 'low she'll mou'n him into glory yit."
It mou't make me think you are one of them selfish dogs that thinks money'll do anything.
He behoves to have meat enou' that sal stop ilka man's mou'.
Ye look as if butter wadna melt in your mou', but cheese will no choke ye.