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Definition of "lyart" [lyart]

  • Designating a horse with dappled white and grey spots (adjective)

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Use "lyart" in a sentence
  • "Tho 'lyart be my locks and gray, auld age has crook't me doon, what matter,"
  • "Age is so frequently dotage, that when a veteran appears who preserves the heart of a boy and the happy audacity of youth, under the 'lyart haffets wearing thin and bare' of aged manhood, it seems as if there is something supernatural about it, and all men feel the fascination and the charm."
  • "His lyart [324-46] haffets [324-47] wearing thin an 'bare:"