Your Scottish Slang Scots Word O’ The Day: Drookit

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drookit
(droo·kit) Dialect, chiefly Scot ~adj.
1. drenched, soaked through. (used in “Ah fell in the burn an’ got drookit“)

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  1. Drookit…
    LAST FRIDAY, 5PM  Gareth collects hire car. We’d booked a Vauxhaul Corsa Or Similiar on the internet, it turned out……

  2. Had to look up “drookit”.

  3. I believe “drookit” to be soaking wet. I can remember the word keehawk or similar does anyone know it.

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