Words and Phrases
brattle

“brattle”

Meaning:

loud noise resembling thunder

In Literature:

Excerpt from Letter II by William M'Comb

Nae mortial o’ th’ Repealers afore him
could even hear his ain’ voice wi’ his ain lungs,
sae terrible was the racket; but when Priest Welsh let aff, I question muckle
if ever Roarin Meg gaed sic a brattle

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