Ye are baith a pair o' the deevil's peats, I trow—hard token whilk deserves the hettest corner o' his ingle side.
And above the ingle was another slab of oak from the same tree.
"We must be ready to rush in if ingle uses him too hard," announced Cornwaleys.
Notwithstanding this proclamation ingle escaped in the following manner.
To spite Giles Brent, ingle would have taken much trouble; but his suspicions were not yet set at rest.
The authorities of Maryland themselves show why ingle was allowed to escape.
Suddenly there were two very startled people in the company around the ingle nook.
But the relations between ingle and Cornwallis are rather perplexing.
Then she brought it back and put it in its cradle that stood in the ingle.
Immediately there was a stir among the men seated in the ingle.
"fireplace," c.1500, from Scottish, probably from Gaelic aingeal "fire," of uncertain origin. The vogue for Scottish poetry in late 18c. introduced ingleside, ingle-nook to literary English.