Origin of welch
OTHER WORDS FROM welchwelch·er, noun
Other definitions for welch (2 of 2)
How to use welch in a sentence
Although Welch had been an early donor to Buckley’s National Review in the 1950s, Buckley had come to believe that Welch’s feverish rants threatened the conservative movement’s credibility and its future.
So Buckley doubled down in follow-up columns, suggesting that Welch represented the membership’s true feelings after all.
Whereupon Mr Tucker, the Welcher, rose and put a question on another matter.
Der ist edel, / Welcher edel fhlt und handelt—He is noble who feels and acts nobly.
Welcher is a thing you needn't have to do with if you're careful.Mr. Scarborough's Family|Anthony Trollope
Upon my word I half envy you, Riddell, old man, being a Welcher.
“I never expected to find you a Welcher,” says old Wyndham to the captain.