Words and Phrases
hard chaw

“hard chaw”

Meaning:

a hard case; a very rough person (usually female)

In Literature:

Excerpt from Sing a Song of York Street by John Campbell

Tell me ‘bout the chancers,
the hard-chaws and the brass;
sing a song about the days
that all too soon have passed


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