/ (ˈdræpɪ) /

  1. Scot a little drop, esp a small amount of spirits

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How to use drappie in a sentence

  • The true Highlander always expects to drink a wee drappie with the coming and the parting guest.

    Our Journey to the Hebrides | Joseph Pennell and Elizabeth Robins Pennell
  • Takkin's nappie over his wee drappie in's ainhameithinglenook.

  • In the reception-room have the words, "a wee drappie," framed in pine.

    Breakfasts and Teas | Paul Pierce
  • He "had na use for a consairn that compelled a mon to walk three miles to get a wee drappie—and lose three months' siller."

    A Soldier's Trial | Charles King
  • He was a good boon companion and liked "a wee drappie" (nip) himself as well as anyone.