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Things scottish often describes (“scottish ________”)
history, army, people, king, universities, parliament, nation, kings, poet, border, law, nobles, literature, affairs, descent, accent, school, queen, ballads, throne, tradition, family, bishops, nobility, church, society, coast, industry, dialect, poetry, origin, poets, culture, crown, philosophy, writers, education, politics, banks, nationalism, court, songs, settlers, commissioners, philosopher, peers, ancestry, lords, identity, economy, borders, capital, clergy, schools, ministers, members, song, writer, independence, subjects, soldiers, regiments, wars, philosophers, towns, war, name, merchants, blood, families, physician, troops, highlands, immigrants, invasion, music, knight, courts, nobleman, historians, bar, engineer, names, clans, town, historian, churches, minister, gentleman

Descriptive words:
anglo, old, irish, peculiarly, 15th, more, distinctively, 1st, early, anti, most, non, pure, ancient, english, half, uniquely, much, century, modern, part, 16th, 5th, simple, 3rd, rougher, laughably, traditional, contemporary, mixed, iro, ulster, pro, broad, wild, native, northern, pretty, called, recognizably, london, elderly, archaeology, neo, hiberno, identifiably, adjective, least, exaggeratedly, 4th, latin, favourite, peculiar


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See scottish used in context: 1 rhyme, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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