weel, I wouldna' say that was impossible, but ye hae good ground tackle.
Gie a bairn his will, and a whelp its fill, and nane o' them will e'er do weel.
I hope and expek no less than the whole half o the rents; and they were last year weel on to four hunder.
He's like the smith's dog—so weel used to the sparks that he'll no burn.
But Saunders' only reply was this: "Mony a time he's hed tae gang round; he micht as weel hae an open road for his last traivel."
He's weel boden there ben that will neither borrow nor lend.
"weel, he's there onywye, and we'll jist hae to mak' the best we can wi' him," said Jinnet.
March dust and March win', bleaches as weel as simmer's sun.
You're like your father before you, and your grandfather, as weel, for the curse of wandering seems to follow the name of Stair.
Send your son to Ayr: if he do weel here, he'll do weel there.
"deep pool," Old English wæl, cognate with West Frisian wiel, Old Low Frankish wal, Middle Dutch wael, German wehl, wehle.