"Pecker" Quotes from Famous Books
... honeymune. Syne at "My luve she's like a reed, reed rose," he smakit his lips, an' turned his een up to the ruif, an' lookit to me twa-three times like's he was genna tak' a dwam o' some kind. That used to be a favourite sang o' Pecker Donnit's when he precentit up at Dimbarrow. Eh, mony's the time I've heard him at it. Ye'll mind fine o' the Peeker? He bade ower i' yon cottar hoose, wast a bittie frae the Whin Inn. He had twa dochters, ye'll mind, an' a he-cat ...
— My Man Sandy • J. B. Salmond
... patience of poor Meles-Taxus, Until he turns with tooth and claws and whacks us. The natural home of Taxus—the Exchequer— Harbours a creature that keeps up its pecker. ...
— Punch, Or The London Charivari, Vol. 101, November 14th, 1891 • Various
Words linked to "Pecker" : ivorybill, piciform bird, Picidae, mouth, peck, family Picidae, vulgarism, Picus viridis, smut, penis, dirty word, wryneck, redhead, cere, sapsucker, filth, obscenity, piculet, phallus, Melanerpes erythrocephalus, member, bird, Campephilus principalis, flicker
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