They rade on braw wee white naigs, wi' unco lang swooping tails, an' manes hung wi' whustles that the win' played on.
"It's unco like the night we were wrecked in the Gulf," said Sandy.
It was unco low o'erhead, and I maist brak my head twice or thrice or I won to the doctor's cabin.
But maybe it was the lauchin' o' the twa lads, for they thocht it unco fun.
Life's sweet to us a', an' it's unco hard to leave our master's bedesman just to be sacrificed.
She's been unco dowie (ailing) a' the summer; and sae has the bairnie.'
I proclaim myself a blind body, who knoweth not black and white, in the unco course of God's providence.
"You're unco late, dear," she would say wearily, but no other reproach did she utter.
The “Christianity” of the “unco guid” is as like this religion as are the teachings of the Old Testament.
"This is unco hard on me that brought him here, James," said he, throwing his head back.