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drap

/dræp/
noun, verb
1.
a Scot word for drop
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  • We drap awa' like the leaves in the back-end, Maister Weelum—ay, juist like leaves nippit wi' the frost.

    Betty Grier Joseph Waugh
  • Ye could drap ower an' catch 'im, an' I could come by the gate.

    Greyfriars Bobby Eleanor Atkinson
  • Wisdoms don't ripen good tel yo' toofs is ready to drap out.

    Daddy Do-Funny's Wisdom Jingles Ruth McEnery Stuart
  • After another "drap of Scotch" he said he would go to hell for me.

    Fighting Byng A. Stone
  • The farmers gather at the village inn in the evening, and over a "drap o' Scotch" discuss the past.

    The Hunted Outlaw Anonymous
  • Etty, you ain't had a drap of nort—and all the better for 'ee.

    Cripps, the Carrier R. D. (Richard Doddridge) Blackmore
  • Dan'l would raise his rifle, put a bullet twixt a buffalo's eyes an' he'd drap in his tracks.

    The Southerner Thomas Dixon
  • "And me a drap of the grey-peard, if you please, Mrs. Putler," added Duncan.

  • An' so fer mos' a whole yeah Ben 'nied hisse'f an' nebber teched a drap er nuffin'.

    The Conjure Woman Charles W. Chesnutt
  • Then cook had given her a drap of the craythur to keep out the cold.

    In Wild Rose Time Amanda M. Douglas

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