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Of Scottish origin, perhaps from bauch (inferior or substandard). Earliest documented use: 1488.
“‘Your accent isn’t that thick all the time.’
‘No. After all these years, I can put it on or off like a bauchle.’”
Joey W. Hill; Taken by a Vampire; Penguin; 2013.
“Well, if he’s a bauchle, I’ll be able to turn him down wi’ a clear conscience.”
George MacDonald Fraser; The Complete McAuslan; Skyhorse; 2009.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:I'd rather see a sermon than hear one any day; I'd rather one should walk with me than merely tell the way. -Edgar Guest, poet (20 Aug 1881-1959)