adjective, pronoun Scot. and North England.
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Words nearby baith
Example sentences from the Web for baith
Baith the commotion and the concourse, in fact, was tremendous—just appallin to look at.
Yf ye can fynd out any mair secreit inventioun be medecein, and the baith in Craigmillar.Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587|Various
The bairn and his nurse were pu'ed oot o' the loch clasped in ane anither's arms; but the life had gaen oot o' them baith.
Since that time they have lived sorrowful and solitary, keeping company with naebody; the sore stroke has crushed them baith.Merkland|Mrs. Oliphant
I do ken a friend on the bare moor, that baith can and will help us—The turns o' this day hae dung my head clean hirdie-girdie.The Black Dwarf|Sir Walter Scott