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comment Are there any cases where the Scottish English “outwith” has unique meaning?
Yes, I suspect that its use in Scots law may have unique meaning in specific circumstances so examples would be good. I'd be pleasantly surprised to hear it used in any legal English writing as I thought it was really just a Scottish word.
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asked Are there any cases where the Scottish English “outwith” has unique meaning?
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answered Idiom for someone who is in good position/mood
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answered Gender-independent replacement for “fiancée” and “fiancé”
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answered Differences between slang words for breasts
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comment Is “I'd've” proper use of the English language?
+1 for "cromulent" and "embiggen" :)
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