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Monday, April 14, 2014

Definitions for cuittle

  1. to wheedle, cajole, or coax.

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Citations for cuittle
The Papist threatened us with purgatory, and fleeched us with pardons; — the Protestant mints at us with the sword, and cuittles us with the liberty of conscience… Sir Walter Scott, The Abbot, 1820
Baith Easie and Maister Strong cuittled him up wi' the idea that the lassie had ta'en a notion o' him, and that they expected a waddin' afore lang. Christina Fraser, Glints O' Glengonnar, 1910
Origin of cuittle
Cuittle is of uncertain origin.
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