Origin of birse
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How to use birse in a sentence
Tibbie Birse in the Burial is great, but I think it was a journalist that got in the word “official.”
But the particular flower of the flock to whom I have hopelessly lost my heart is Tibby Birse.
The local chronicler is much perplexed by another somewhat inelegant Aberdeenshire witticism—“Gang to Birse and bottle skate.”
Then in many a devious turn we wind round the northern boundary of the parish of Birse.
Tibbie Birse invited the newly-married couple to tea (one pound).A Window in Thrums|J. M. Barrie