Words and Phrases
wa'stead

“wa'stead”

Meaning:

a ruin with only the remains of the walls standing

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Penitent by James Orr

His name, if I min’ right, was Christy Blair.
Fu’ aft I’ve pass’d the wa’-stead whare he leev’d


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