He's deaf, or he's daft, or he's baith; but I hae nae time to stay to claver wi' him.
Such a claver as there was, to be sure, when Tom and the Harrisons met!
Truly ay, sir; and he saw claver'se himsell, that they ca' Dundee now.
His work was revolting, but claver loved it, and as soon as a vessel arrived he was on hand with his interpreters.
Is that to be claver'se's post in the attack upon the pasty?
His course took him so near the minister that he could hear some of his words: ‘What news, minister, of claver’se?
We set sail in the evening, and came to claver Rack, sixteen miles further down, where we also took in some grain in the evening.