Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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PLASKET, n. A trick, prank, a wicked deed, wrong action. Only in Galt. Ayr. 1822  Galt Sir A. Wylie xxxv.:
I canna believe her to have been playing ony plasket.
Ayr. 1832  Galt Stanley Buxton I. v.:
It's my opinion that she has been playing some plasket.

[Variant form of Plisket, q.v.]

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