noun, verb, adjective

a Scot word for salt

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Examples from the Web for saut

Historical Examples of saut

  • Poach them gently in a greased frying-pan, or saut pan, for ten minutes.

    The Skilful Cook

    Mary Harrison

  • In 1833, he visited Saut St. Mary, and found a revival in progress.

    Old Mackinaw

    W. P. Strickland.

  • Re-entering the Saut the steamer shapes her course for Mackinaw.

    Old Mackinaw

    W. P. Strickland.

  • "Saut," quo' the souter, when he had eaten a cow a' but the tail.

    The Proverbs of Scotland

    Alexander Hislop

  • "The comforts of the Saut Market," said Katie with a shrug of her shoulders.