weel, I wouldna' say that was impossible, but ye hae good ground tackle.
weel, man, that's a-year-and-a-half, and you must be almost a man noo.
I hope and expek no less than the whole half o the rents; and they were last year weel on to four hunder.
And weel ye may, for it's you that's been motherin him ever since I lost my wits!
But Saunders' only reply was this: "Mony a time he's hed tae gang round; he micht as weel hae an open road for his last traivel."
weel, I alloo, she's deen as a wuman sud—the faut bein a' her ain!
"weel, he's there onywye, and we'll jist hae to mak' the best we can wi' him," said Jinnet.
weel, what think ye o' the lass by this time, Mr. Bletherwick?
You're like your father before you, and your grandfather, as weel, for the curse of wandering seems to follow the name of Stair.
It's weel for us, that we ken a cure for it—more than ye can say for the case you've just left.
"deep pool," Old English wæl, cognate with West Frisian wiel, Old Low Frankish wal, Middle Dutch wael, German wehl, wehle.