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The kern or cateran of the Highlands was a light-armed infantryman, as opposed to the heavy-armed "gallowglass."Lady of the Lake|Sir Walter Scott
"Clear the way, cateran," said the armourer, in the deep stern voice which corresponded with the breadth of his chest.The Fair Maid of Perth|Sir Walter Scott
We hae hangit a Highland cateran without trial afore this, and we may be tempted to tak the law into our ain hands again.The Lancashire Witches|William Harrison Ainsworth
They will have no black-mail to pay, either to Master Nevis or to any other cateran who is in the habit of levying it on the road.John Deane of Nottingham|W.H.G. Kingston
This missing youth turns out to be identical with the cateran of Drumshorlan.