Words and Phrases
agley

“agley”

Meaning:

awry, crooked, into disorder, astray

Alternative spelling/meaning:

aglee; agee

In Literature:

Excerpt from A Song for February by Thomas Given

The robin gets up an’ he lauchs in his glee,
in view o’ the prospect so braw;
sets his heid tae the side, wi’ its fathers agee,
as he spies a bit snaw drop at fit o’ the tree

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