"I'm no sure if there's muckle practical truth in a' this, deacon," said Andrew, smiling good-naturedly.
He looked from the tail of his eye upon 'Meg wi' the muckle mouth.'
“Ye had muckle better say an oraamus to Saint Ronald, and fling a saxpence ower your left shouther, master,” said Tronda.
Ye'll get as muckle for ae wish this year as for twa fernyear.
He shouted with all his power, but the wind whirled away muckle Alick's cries as though they had been baby Gavin's.
It was a' my grannie's doin', God bless her—for weel he may, an' muckle she needs 't.'
Ive as muckle honor for the Laird as on a man o my name—only its our right to have an answer.
Then, said Walter, how muckle are ye to get frae my brother for this job?
He does not regard the Scotchman's "mickle," because he does not stop to consider that the end is a "muckle."
Eh, man, yere a muckle baby to lie there, and do naething but squeal.