Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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INLAID, pa.p. A nonce variant of unlawed, fined. See Unlaw. Rxb. 1708  Stitchill Ct. Bk. (S.H.S.) 161:
Alison Hogart in Stitchill is inlaid in one shilling sterling for breaking of a Firr tree branch.

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