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Definition of "scots" []

  • Of, relating to, or characteristic of Scotland, its people, their English dialects, or their Gaelic language (adjective)
  • Any of the English dialects spoken or written in Scotland (noun)

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Use "scots" in a sentence
  • "Indeed, suggest to Eck and co it would make a grerat donaldson lecture - with the right speaker - someone from Moveon.org in the US or getup.com australia...they are crawling with wired and sussed "scots"...we gave them the philosophy they've turned it into something that works"
  • "Looks pouty and constipated at the same time. p. s the 'scots' accent in this week's show was awful."
  • "Your Williams example is him sticking his arm up for a last minute try, in an enthralling game versus the scots last year."
  • "Nobody says anything about race hate against the english from welsh and scots."
  • "I lived in the same city as that girl hibbo mentioned, I made a lot of scots friends but its where i learnt racism albeit not as bad as north wales. on January 15, 2009 at 3: 57 pm | Reply Julian Meteor"