The father finished his stirabout, and turned round to the blazing turf, to find consolation there.
I crammed my mouth with stirabout for fear I might give utterance to my anger.
Esther is silent; only her head droops lower, lower, till her little nose almost immerses itself in her stirabout.
It is a most stirabout time, for many witnesses and lawyers come.
Sometimes they are pounded when quite dry into a sort of meal, and with water added to them, are made into a kind of stirabout.
There's not wather enough there, I say—put in more what signifies all the stirabout that 'ud make?
Oatmeal porridge or stirabout was in very general use, especially for children.
You'll not be contenting yourselves with the stirabout now that you have your brother back again with you.
The sons of the chieftain grades are fed to satiety on stirabout made of barley-meal upon new milk, taken with fresh butter.
Whether this is exclusive of the stirabout breakfast I saw preparing for them in the school, I forgot to ask.