Word of the Day: “stramash” – uproar, chaos, turmoil (Scots; satisfyingly onomatopoeic). Of the sea, in a turbulent fury; of politics, in a state of ruin or wreckage. “To stramash” is to shatter, to bring to destruction.
William McTaggart, ‘The Storm’ (1890) @NatGalleriesSco (via @RobGMacfarlane)

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