Words and Phrases
thrang

“thrang”

Meaning:

crowded; very busy; a crowd

In Literature:

Excerpt from Mackeral by Charlie Gillen

An’ the wains al follied efter in a thrang

Excerpt from The Passengers by James Orr

On shore, while shipmates halt, tho’ thrang’t,
wi’ lasses hearts to barter


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