The Scotchwoman has made several attempts to accommodate "young men lodgers," but they have ended in shrill rows.
Her grandmother, of whom I have just spoken, is a Scotchwoman.
Indeed, Lionel was very much in the position of the irate old Scotchwoman whose toes were trodden upon by a man in a crowd.
A storehouse of old ballads, and a Scotchwoman after Scott's own heart.
A Scotchwoman said that the butcher of her town only killed half a beast at a time.
It seemed to the Scotchwoman there was but one thing for her to do.
After a minute the Scotchwoman opened the drawing-room door.
The cook is a big Scotchwoman, with very large bones, and a great many of them.
"I don't understand him," said the Scotchwoman, shaking her head.
In the direct line he was a Duke, and she was a Scotchwoman.