Don't he want to know how mony teeth aar Jimmy's gotten, or owt abaat t' pot-dogs I bowt i' t' markit.
If ever I did owt as wur worthy i' thy sight, let that be my reward.
Outcast, owt′kast, adj. exiled from home or country: rejected.
Don't thee be white-livered, Emily, or say owt for which you'll be sorry afterwards.
Solomon sed ther wor nowt new under th' sun; an' he owt to know if onybody did.
It 'ud seem to be a imitation of a teapot, if it owt is owt.
Th' fact is aw hardly dar say owt agean it, for awm fond ov a bit ov a off mysen; but then ther's different ways o' dooin it.
But thear aw sat, an' as noabody said owt to me, aw said nowt to noabody.
Well, but tha'rt an' Englishman an' owt to ha moor sense—why, when awm brewin aw let it keel below that befoor aw set on.
Aunt Hannah says he's gone that silly, he owt to be took up.'