Definition of Castocks
1. castock [n] - See also: castock
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Castocks
Literary usage of Castocks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Scottish Songs by Robert Chambers (1829)
"... We'll douk her in a bogie. CAULD KAIL IN ABERDEEN. TUNE—Cauld Kail in Aberdeen. THERE'S cauld kail in Aberdeen, And castocks in ..."
2. Recollections of a Speyside Parish by James Thomson (1902)
"And castocks in Stra'bogie." Very few are perhaps aware that the stems of kn contain a pith resembling the marrow in a beef bone. ..."
3. Publications by Dorset Record Society, Ohio Civil War Centennial Commission, Ohio Historical Society (1907)
"castocks' (cabbage stems), ie ' copiously to the broth and not trust to what followed.' ' Tongue and lure.'—Mrs. M'Lintock thus tells how to dress a ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1820)
"... and . walloped amang kale and castocks in his cauldron.' ' To make a lang tale short,' said the first rustic, accustomed to interrupt the ..."