Sheriff of the Scottish courts in fancy dress as an American sheriff.
The Scottish Word:


Ah jist canni get yuised tae the Sheriff dressin up as a sheriff.

It disni suit him an forbye the Chief Constable disni like him huvin live ammunition.


sheriff: a judicial office holder and a member of the judiciary of Scotland. Sheriffs deal with the majority of civil and criminal court cases in Scotland.

I just cannot get used to the Sheriff dressing up as a sheriff.

It does not suit him and besides the Chief Constable does not like him using live ammunition.

′ ʃɪrə
The Scottish Word: sheriff 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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