Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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A-SMASH. In pieces. Abd.(D) c.1750  R. Forbes Journal from London, etc. (1767) 13:
For fear I shou'd hae gotten . . . some o' my banes broken or dung a-smash.

[A, pref.1 + smash.]

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