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Use "stott" in a sentence
"It is not a bound forwards, but a "stott" straight upwards, -- six, eight, or nine feet, without apparent effort, and displaying at each bound a ridge, or fold, of pure white hair on their backs which at other times is concealed."
"Farm horses were of two varieties: the 'affer' or 'stott', a rough small animal, generally worth about 13s. 5d., and the cart-horse, probably the ancestor of our shire horses, whose average price was 19s. 4d."
"They seemingly slate Gavin but think stott is right."