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

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Drublie, a. Also: droubly, drowbly. [ME. drubly (a 1340).] Turbid; clouded. — Syne come he till a wounder grysly flude Drowbly [v.r. droubly] and depe; Henr. Orph. 276.
Thai … drinkis salt watter of the see, Quether it cleire or droubly be; Wynt. i. 682 (W).
In to thir dirk and drublie dayis Quhone sabill all the hewin arrayis; Dunb. lxix. 2.

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