Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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COUTHSOME, adj. Pleasant. Used adverbially in quot. [′kuθsəm] Edb. 1791  J. Learmont Poems 196:
Fortune frae heaven comes couthsome to ane's house Wi' guid intent to be of solid use.

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