flauchtbred

adverb
flaucht·​bred | \-ˌbred\

Definition of flauchtbred 

1 Scottish : with limbs outstretched : spread-eagled

2 Scottish : eagerly, enthusiastically

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History and Etymology for flauchtbred

Scots flocht flutter, bustle, excitement (from Middle English—Scots—flocht) + braid (broad); Middle English (Scots) flocht probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse flōtti flight (running away)

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