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

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Conspeckell, a. [Cf. e.m.E. conspicable (1579) and later dial. kenspeckle.] Conspicuous; easily recognizable. — For the tressonabill outing of fals money … and haifing onlie outit ane few nowmer thairof, becaus thay war sa conspeckell, that thay culd nocht pas; 1599 Crim. Trials II. i. 99.

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