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sheugh

noun, chiefly Scottish

Synonyms and Antonyms of sheugh

  1. a long narrow channel dug in the earth <fell into a sheugh while rambling over the Scottish moors> Synonyms dike, fosse (or foss), gutter, ditch [chiefly Scottish], trench, troughRelated Words acequia [Southwest], culvert, drain, draw, gully (also gulley), ravine; drill, furrow; ha-ha, moat, stank [British dialect], sunk fence; kennel




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