But at this moment, though he remembered much that had passed between them, he was not even thinking of the Braes of linter.
Mr. Peakslow was ahead of the boys; and they thought he must have reached the linter.
Now the seed, free of all else, is carried by another elevator and endless screw conveyor to the "linter."
The low back part of the house was called the "lean-to" or linter.
He was laird of Linn and laird of linter, as his people used to say.
"I am going on towards linter forest to meet Blane," said Mr. Kennedy.
In those days he often wandered up and down the linter and across the moor to the Linn, and so down to the lake.
Under the logs was the crushed shell of the linter; and all looked anxiously, to see what was under that.
We all thought you was under the linter; and they was all workin' so hard—as if they had been our best friends—to get you out.
He went to the window, and raised it for a moment, that he might hear the well-remembered sound of the Fall of linter.