gowd

[ goud ]

nounChiefly Scot.

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How to use gowd in a sentence

  • He's sending in a cart by a groom, and I'm to tak' Bobby out and fetch him hame after a braw dinner on gowd plate.

    Greyfriars Bobby | Eleanor Atkinson
  • Tak down, tak down the mast of gowd, Set up the mast of tree, It sets not a forsaken lady To sail so gallantly.

    Hopes and Fears | Charlotte M. Yonge
  • Mary gowd, with her shabby blue suit and her mangy bit of fur, and the glint of humour in her pale blue eyes.

    Cheerful--By Request | Edna Ferber
  • In the first place, the tale of how Mary gowd came to be the one woman guide in Rome runs like melodrama.

    Cheerful--By Request | Edna Ferber
  • Mary gowd hated this Rome as only an English woman can who has spent fifteen years in that nest of intrigue.

    Cheerful--By Request | Edna Ferber