cloit

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cloit

  1. (Scotland, intransitive) To fall heavily.
    • James Kennedy, The Droukit Pedlar
      Dazed was he, an' fairly doitit,
      Kack'd wi' anguish o' despair,
      Sprauchled up, then owre he cloited,
      Cowpit catmaw doun the stair.
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