A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Stour, Stowr, v. [Stour(e n.1] a. To fly up (like dust or spray). b. To dust (something) with powder, to cover as with dust. — a. The salt fame stowris frome the faird thai hald; Doug. ii iv 16 (Sm.).
b. Whose famous relicks all are flower'd, And all with precious poulder stowr'd; Adamson Muses Thr. I 7.

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