nobbut

nobbut
Phrs. Nothing but. E.g."There's nobbut sun and sand in the desert." Lancs/Yorks use. Dialect

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  • nobbut — adverb nothing but; only; just He were nobbut a lad when he joined the army …   Wiktionary

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  • nobbut — nob·but …   English syllables

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  • mang — I Cleveland Dialect List 1. a mash of bran, malt, etc. 2. to mix up, to intermingle {esp. food stuffs]: nobbut a manged oop mess II North Country (Newcastle) Words barley or oats ground with the husks; given to dogs and swine …   English dialects glossary

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