Your Scottish Slang Scots Word O’ The Day: Thrawn

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thrawn
(th·raw·n) Dialect, chiefly Scot. ~adj.
1. twisted; distorted or misshapen.
2. stubborn or obstinate (often in “Jeez O, yer a thrawn auld bugger!“).
3. to be cross; in a dour or sullen mood.

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  1. wellimjustnottellingyou
    wellimjustnottellingyou

    It’s used in English as well, this one..

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