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bauchle

/ (ˈbɒxəl) /
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noun Scot
an old worn shoe
a worthless or clumsy person
a useless object
a trout-fisher's term for a perch 2
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Word Origin for bauchle

C18: of unknown origin
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How to use bauchle in a sentence

  • You expects me to come and save you money and the like of that old bauchle eating up the profits.

    The Drone|Rutherford Mayne
  • And ye need nae tell me: it's better than war; which is the next best, however, though generally rather a bauchle of a business.

    David Balfour, Second Part|Robert Louis Stevenson
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