Bathroom suite as flotsam upon the floodwaters of our present climate taking a risk in pulling out the bath plug.
The Scottish Word:


“Pouin thon rackle’s mair like tae sink us than empty the room dae ye no think?”


rackle: a chain, small chain on a pipe stem attaching the lid and a pin for cleanin it out, noise of a moving chain.

“Pulling that chain is more likely to sink us rather than empty the room – do you not think so?”

The Scottish Word: rackle with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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