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synonyms for oxter

  • axilla
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How to use oxter in a sentence

O'Grady drank a couple of naggins, put the pipes under his oxter (arm-pit) and said, "I'm ready to go with ye now."
LEGENDS OF SAINTS & SINNERSDOUGLAS HYDE
With a Bible under his oxter, and a 'bowet' new lit in his right hand, he accompanied me swiftly up the street.
BORDER GHOST STORIESHOWARD PEASE
A friendly hand gripped him below the oxter, and, peering up, he discerned the Minister.
BORDER GHOST STORIESHOWARD PEASE
He twirls in reversed directions a clouded cane, then wedges it tight in his oxter.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
To those who know not the pipes, the feel of the bag in the oxter is a gaiety lost.
THE LOST PIBROCHNEIL MUNRO
Then Paruig pushed the bag further into his oxter, and the tune changed.
THE LOST PIBROCHNEIL MUNRO
The heat coursed in its breast and burned to a fever in its wounded oxter.
THE LOST PIBROCHNEIL MUNRO
And as she said this, she held up her oxter, as if to tak me below't.
WILSON'S TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLANDVARIOUS
I'll look for ye comin' up the street next week wi' the charts under your oxter and your lad wi' ye.'
ERCHIE(AKA HUGH FOULIS) NEIL MUNRO
So Tammy and I had to oxter her out between us, and deliver the howdie herself—safe in at her own door.
THE LIFE OF MANSIE WAUCHDAVID MACBETH MOIR
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WORDS RELATED TO OXTER

  • axilla
  • oxter
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