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Study the word list: Words from Scotland

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blatant
He told a blatant lie.
caddie
The caddie carried the golfer's clubs.
canny
We came up a canny plan.
clan
They were members of the same clan.
cosy British English spelling
She felt cosy in the warm room while the snow fell outside.
Firth
A firth is an estuary.
glamour British English spelling
The young actor was attracted by the glamour of Hollywood.
golf
He won the golf match by one stroke.
gumption
She would need gumption in order to succeed.
laddie
He's just a wee laddie.
lassie
She's just a wee lassie.
loch
The loch water was freezing cold.
pernickety
He was very pernickety about his food.
plaid
I wore a plaid scarf.
raid
Let's raid the fridge for snacks.
rampage
There was a rampage through the streets.
tweed
She wore a tweed suit.
wee
He's just a wee laddie.
wraith
A wraith is a ghost.

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