Word "SCOT" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a native or inhabitant of Scotland
Synonyms:
scotchman, scotsman

Crossword Clues for SCOT

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Nae sayer LA Times Daily 15 Sep 2022
Edinburgh inhabitant Premier Sunday 11 Sep 2022
Person from Glasgow USA Today 29 Aug 2022
Person from Paisley, say The Guardian Quick 27 Aug 2022
Glasgow native Thomas Joseph 23 Aug 2022
Person in Paisley LA Times Daily 10 Aug 2022
Person from Paisley Wall Street Journal 06 Aug 2022
Native bagpipe player Family Time 25 Jul 2022
Someone from north of the border? The Guardian Quick 21 Jul 2022
Edinburgh native Thomas Joseph 18 Jul 2022
Eg, a Glaswegian The Times Concise 15 Jul 2022
Edinburgh resident LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2022
Burns, e.g New York Times 08 Jul 2022
Person cooking haggis, perhaps USA Today 02 Jul 2022
Great Highland bagpiper, often USA Today 26 Jun 2022
Stereotypical kilt wearer Universal 20 Jun 2022
Glasgow resident Universal 10 May 2022
Glasgow native Thomas Joseph 04 May 2022
Eg, Glasgow native The Times Concise 04 May 2022
One way to be free? Family Time 24 Apr 2022
Paisley person Thomas Joseph 08 Apr 2022
Inverness native Newsday 03 Apr 2022
Psych out every second resident of Perth? Irish Times Crosaire 26 Mar 2022
Typical kilt wearer Newsday 23 Mar 2022
One may live near a loch Universal 18 Mar 2022
Certain Celt Family Time 21 Feb 2022
Rob Roy, for one Wall Street Journal 16 Feb 2022
Native of Inverness Eugene Sheffer 05 Feb 2022
At sea off east coast of Shetland, for instance Irish Times Crosaire 04 Feb 2022
Has a connection to Paisley and, in part, hereto to CS Lewis in a roundabout way Irish Times Crosaire 08 Jan 2022
Paisley native LA Times Daily 07 Jan 2022
Get off ___-free USA Today 03 Jan 2022
Got off ___-free Universal 13 Dec 2021
Kilt wearer Eugene Sheffer 06 Dec 2021
Lipton of tea fame, for one LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2021
National leader veers off racecourse The Guardian Cryptic 16 Nov 2021
Free partner locked up in Her Majesty's Prison Edinburgh perhaps Irish Times Crosaire 15 Nov 2021
Northerner drunk outside clubs The Times Cryptic 15 Nov 2021
Glaswegian or Aberdonian, e.g Wall Street Journal 08 Nov 2021
Edinburgh native Universal 23 Sep 2021
Person in a kilt, perhaps USA Today 05 Sep 2021
Many a kilt owner USA Today 03 Sep 2021
Edinburgh native Thomas Joseph 02 Sep 2021
Paisley person Thomas Joseph 28 Aug 2021
Edinburgh resident USA Today 25 Aug 2021
Edinburgh native Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2021
Dundee native? The Telegraph Quick 07 Aug 2021
Glasgow native USA Today 05 Aug 2021
Northerner The Telegraph Quick 24 Jul 2021
Glaswegian, for one Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2021
Annie Lennox, by birth LA Times Daily 19 Jul 2021
Native of Glasgow, e.g New York Times 19 Jul 2021
Annie Lennox, by birth The Washington Post 19 Jul 2021
Person who may speak with a brogue New York Times 12 Jul 2021
Tony Blair, by birth The Washington Post 08 Jul 2021
Tony Blair, by birth LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2021
Highlander Eugene Sheffer 03 Jul 2021
Person from Edinburgh USA Today 03 Jul 2021
Singer Susan Boyle, e.g LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2021
Singer Susan Boyle, e.g The Washington Post 02 Jul 2021
Get off ___-free Family Time 27 Jun 2021
Sean Connery, e.g Wall Street Journal 19 Jun 2021
British subject about to punch drunk The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Jun 2021
Get off ___-free USA Today 03 May 2021
Lauren Mayberry, e.g USA Today 26 Apr 2021
Highlander Eugene Sheffer 23 Apr 2021
Annie Lennox, e.g LA Times Daily 16 Apr 2021
Annie Lennox, e.g The Washington Post 16 Apr 2021
Kilt wearer Eugene Sheffer 12 Apr 2021
Kilt wearer LA Times Daily 30 Mar 2021
Kilt wearer The Washington Post 30 Mar 2021
Northerner in boozer catching cold The Sun Two Speed 24 Mar 2021
Glaswegian, e.g The Sun Two Speed 24 Mar 2021
Kilt wearer Family Time 22 Mar 2021
Firth person? New York Times 21 Mar 2021
One might wear a kilt Universal 17 Mar 2021
Get off ___-free New York Times 15 Mar 2021
Eg, Edinburgh native The Times Concise 03 Mar 2021
A native supporter of Glasgow Celtic or ''Buoys'' leaves boy scouts Irish Times Crosaire 19 Feb 2021
Person from Edinburgh Universal 18 Feb 2021
Edinburgh native Thomas Joseph 15 Feb 2021
Northern Brit The Telegraph Quick 12 Feb 2021
Glasgow native USA Today 06 Feb 2021
Highlander The Sun Two Speed 23 Jan 2021
Northerner drunk outside clubs The Sun Two Speed 23 Jan 2021
Edinburgh native New York Times 11 Jan 2021
One may say "nae" Universal 01 Jan 2021
Shirley Manson, e.g USA Today 23 Dec 2020
Aberdeen resident Jonesin 22 Dec 2020
Inverness native Wall Street Journal 01 Dec 2020
Allistair or Murdoch Canadiana 30 Nov 2020
Emeli Sande or Kelly Macdonald USA Today 22 Nov 2020
Scrutinising shot from the borders produced by one of those at St Andrews Irish Times Crosaire 07 Nov 2020
Many a Nessie spotter Wall Street Journal 29 Oct 2020
Maybe Glaswegian firm is impressed by virtuous individual The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Oct 2020
Screen shot of The Fringe's Edinburgh native Irish Times Crosaire 14 Oct 2020
Glasgow native Thomas Joseph 04 Sep 2020
Aberdonian, e.g Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2020
Gentleman in a kilt Family Time 26 Jul 2020
Glaswegian, e.g. The Telegraph Quick 18 Jul 2020
Edinburgher, e.g USA Today 06 Jul 2020
Northerner, no adult on course The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Jul 2020
“Nae” sayer Wall Street Journal 23 Jun 2020
Production cost of character on Shetland, for instance Irish Times Crosaire 10 Jun 2020
Glaswegian, e.g USA Today 10 Jun 2020
Highlander, e.g Premier Sunday 07 Jun 2020
Glaswegian, for instance Newsday 22 May 2020
Traditional bagpipe player Newsday 18 May 2020
Woman from Edinburgh at sea off east coast Irish Times Crosaire 13 May 2020
Traditional kilt wearer Newsday 12 May 2020
Person from Edinburgh Newsday 06 May 2020
Glaswegian, e.g Wall Street Journal 29 Apr 2020
'Nae' sayer USA Today 23 Apr 2020
What was Watt? Newsday 18 Apr 2020
Watt, e.g New York Times 11 Apr 2020
'Nae' sayer? Jonesin 07 Apr 2020
Piece of Tang?is cotton synonymous with Paisley Irish Times Crosaire 03 Apr 2020
Glaswegian, for one Family Time 29 Mar 2020
Tartan wearer Universal 25 Mar 2020
___-free New York Times 22 Mar 2020
One whose coat of arms displays a unicorn New York Times 20 Mar 2020
Robbie Coltrane, e.g LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2020
Robbie Coltrane, e.g The Washington Post 15 Mar 2020
Glasgow resident USA Today 01 Mar 2020
Macbeth, by birth LA Times Daily 17 Feb 2020
Macbeth, by birth The Washington Post 17 Feb 2020
Fifer, e.g Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2020
Characters from across Cotswolds found living on Shetland Irish Times Crosaire 07 Feb 2020
Mary Stuart, for one
Many a University of Aberdeen student Universal 24 Dec 2019
Highlander first to sit on bed The Sun Two Speed 18 Dec 2019
Initially some capital returns to Gordon Brown, say The Sun Two Speed 10 Dec 2019
One living near Loch Ness USA Today 18 Nov 2019
Annie Lennox or Sheena Easton Wall Street Journal 05 Nov 2019
St. Andrews native USA Today 23 Oct 2019
Aberdonian or Glaswegian USA Today 20 Oct 2019
Local living near a loch USA Today 14 Oct 2019
Paisley person Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2019
Kilt sporter, perhaps USA Today 24 Sep 2019
Golfer at Royal Troon, often LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2019
Golfer at Royal Troon, often The Washington Post 06 Sep 2019
Traditional wearer of plaid New York Times 02 Sep 2019
Leith lass, e.g Wall Street Journal 24 Aug 2019
Robert the Bruce, for one LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2019
Robert the Bruce, for one The Washington Post 21 Aug 2019
Tax whisky, ignoring church The Telegraph Cryptic 31 Jul 2019
Orkneyan or Shetlander New York Times 13 Jul 2019
Kilt sporter Premier Sunday 23 Jun 2019
One of Mary Stuart's people The Washington Post 16 Jun 2019
One of Mary Stuart's people LA Times Daily 16 Jun 2019
Many a bagpiper LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2019
Many a bagpiper The Washington Post 11 Jun 2019
Nae sayer The Washington Post 06 Jun 2019
Nae sayer LA Times Daily 06 Jun 2019
Orkney resident New York Times 02 Jun 2019
Aberdeen resident LA Times Daily 28 May 2019
Aberdeen resident The Washington Post 28 May 2019
Highlander LA Times Daily 22 May 2019
Highlander The Washington Post 22 May 2019
Burns, e.g Wall Street Journal 30 Apr 2019
James McAvoy, for one Family Time 14 Apr 2019
One speaking with a burr USA Today 02 Apr 2019
Loch Lomond local USA Today 28 Mar 2019
Macbeth, e.g Newsday 15 Mar 2019
Annie Lennox, for one Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2019
Connery, proudly Newsday 10 Mar 2019
Highlander, for example The Sun Two Speed 20 Feb 2019
Andy Murray, by birth LA Times Daily 16 Feb 2019
Andy Murray, by birth The Washington Post 16 Feb 2019
Northerner drunk touring clubs The Sun Two Speed 13 Feb 2019
Many a clan member LA Times Daily 12 Feb 2019
Many a clan member The Washington Post 12 Feb 2019
Kilt wearer Premier Sunday 10 Feb 2019
Tartan wearer Newsday 06 Feb 2019
Sean Connery, for one The Washington Post 21 Jan 2019
Sean Connery, for one LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2019
Nae sayer? Wall Street Journal 15 Jan 2019
Person of Paisley Wall Street Journal 12 Jan 2019
Carnegie, by birth Newsday 11 Jan 2019
Annie Lennox, for one
Orkney resident
Traditional wearer of plaid
Kilt sporter, perhaps
One speaking with a burr
Annie Lennox or Sheena Easton
Nae sayer?
Paisley person
Person of Paisley
Many a bagpiper
Leith lass, e.g.
Local living near a loch
Loch Lomond local
Aberdonian or Glaswegian
St. Andrews native
Orkneyan or Shetlander
Burns, e.g.
Andy Murray, by birth
One of Mary Stuart's people
Aberdeen resident
Highlander
Nae sayer
Golfer at Royal Troon, often
Many a clan member
Sean Connery, for one
Robert the Bruce, for one
One way to be free Universal 30 Dec 2018
Macbeth, e.g Wall Street Journal 27 Dec 2018
Northerner first to sit on bed The Sun Two Speed 19 Dec 2018
Characters from Lewis, Cotton Club and from Shetland Irish Times Crosaire 08 Dec 2018
Aberdeen resident New York Times 05 Dec 2018
One from northern UK The Times Concise 20 Nov 2018
Annie Lennox, by birth LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2018
Annie Lennox, by birth The Washington Post 17 Nov 2018
Glasgow native Newsday 31 Oct 2018
Macbeth, e.g New York Times 31 Oct 2018
''Being a __'' (Sean Connery book) Newsday 19 Oct 2018
Haggis eater, most likely USA Today 25 Sep 2018
One from the Land of Cakes New York Times 20 Sep 2018
Loch Ness local The Washington Post 17 Sep 2018
Loch Ness local LA Times Daily 17 Sep 2018
Dundee denizen Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2018
Dundee dweller USA Today 01 Aug 2018
Lady Macbeth, for one The Washington Post Sunday 15 Jul 2018
Glasgow guy Wall Street Journal 07 Jul 2018
Mac man? Universal 27 Jun 2018
One with a unicorn as a heraldic symbol The Washington Post 23 Jun 2018
One with a unicorn as a heraldic symbol LA Times Daily 23 Jun 2018
Northerner gets drunk touring clubs The Sun Two Speed 20 Jun 2018
__-free (unpunished) Newsday 27 May 2018
Kilt wearer Newsday 20 May 2018
Rob Roy, e.g Universal 18 May 2018
Bagpipe player Universal 03 May 2018
Aberdeen native LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2018
Aberdeen native The Washington Post 12 Mar 2018
Tartan wearer Premier Sunday 18 Feb 2018
Edinburgh resident Jonesin 02 Jan 2018
Aberdeen resident
Glaswegian, e.g.
Dundee dweller
Macbeth, e.g.
One from the Land of Cakes
Bagpipe player
Mac man?
One way to be free
Rob Roy, e.g.
Dundee denizen
Glasgow guy
Macbeth, e.g.
One with a unicorn as a heraldic symbol
Loch Ness local
Annie Lennox, by birth
Haggis eater, most likely
Edinburgh native USA Today 26 Dec 2017
Duke of Edinburgh perhaps found in San Francisco town Irish Times Crosaire 22 Dec 2017
Inverness inhabitant Wall Street Journal 04 Dec 2017
Highlander, say The Telegraph Quick 23 Nov 2017
Skye resident Wall Street Journal 01 Nov 2017
Person whose name might start with Mc- New York Times 31 Oct 2017
Ewan McGregor, for one LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2017
Ewan McGregor, for one The Washington Post 13 Oct 2017
50-Down, by birth Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2017
One from Edinburgh Newsday 11 Oct 2017
Glasgow native Wall Street Journal 09 Oct 2017
Paisley person Thomas Joseph 05 Oct 2017
Highlander Universal 25 Sep 2017
Get off ___ free Universal 08 Sep 2017
Glasgow native The Washington Post 05 Sep 2017
Glasgow native LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2017
Fife fellow Wall Street Journal 17 Aug 2017
Dundee native Universal 16 Aug 2017
Typical kilt wearer Newsday 25 Jul 2017
Watt, e.g Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2017
Macbeth or Macduff The Washington Post 13 Jul 2017
Macbeth or Macduff LA Times Daily 13 Jul 2017
Burns, for one Newsday 08 Jun 2017
Tam wearer Family Time 15 May 2017
Burns or Barrie Wall Street Journal 09 May 2017
Native of northern Great Britain The Times Concise 08 May 2017
Edinburgh native The Washington Post 03 May 2017
Edinburgh native LA Times Daily 03 May 2017
Conan Doyle, for one The Washington Post 21 Apr 2017
Conan Doyle, for one LA Times Daily 21 Apr 2017
Speaker with a burr USA Today 04 Apr 2017
National racecourse -- leader's abandoned The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Apr 2017
James Watt, by birth LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2017
Sean Connery, by birth USA Today 06 Mar 2017
James Watt, by birth The Washington Post 06 Mar 2017
Tartan wearer New York Times 05 Mar 2017
Rob Roy, for one The Washington Post 03 Mar 2017
Rob Roy, for one LA Times Daily 03 Mar 2017
Annie Lennox or Susan Boyle Wall Street Journal 27 Jan 2017
Fellow from Fife Wall Street Journal 25 Jan 2017
David Tennant or Peter Capaldi Wall Street Journal 14 Jan 2017
Southern racecourse excluding a northerner The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Jan 2017
Edinburgh native
Macbeth or Macduff
Kilt wearer
Tartan wearer
Ewan McGregor, for one
Edinburgh native
Dundee native
Glasgow native
Get off ___ free
Edinburgh native
Highlander
Sean Connery, by birth
Person whose name might start with Mc-
James Watt, by birth
Conan Doyle, for one
Andy Murray, for one The Washington Post 30 Nov 2016
English neighbour capitalises on several cups of tea Irish Times Crosaire 19 Nov 2016
David Byrne, e.g Wall Street Journal 03 Nov 2016
Burns, for example, some coal or turf, initially The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Oct 2016
Glaswegian, for example Wall Street Journal 26 Sep 2016
6 Down, for one Newsday 24 Sep 2016
Sturgeon, say, starts to seem costly over trout The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Sep 2016
Way to get round business tax once The Times Cryptic 05 Sep 2016
Bell, by birth Newsday 03 Sep 2016
J.K. Rowling is one Universal 20 Aug 2016
Could be Glaswegian way to keep company? The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Aug 2016
J. K. Rowling, by residence New York Times 11 Aug 2016
Ewan McGregor, e.g The Washington Post 05 Aug 2016
Aberdeen native USA Today 24 Jul 2016
Edinburgh native Newsday 14 Jun 2016
Andy Murray, notably The Washington Post 13 Jun 2016
Craig Ferguson, for one Wall Street Journal 04 Jun 2016
"Nae" sayer Universal 02 Jun 2016
Gordon Brown, by birth Newsday 07 May 2016
Conan Doyle, by birth LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2016
Tartan wearer USA Today 25 Mar 2016
15th-century golfer, probably LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2016
Gordon Ramsay, e.g Wall Street Journal 05 Mar 2016
Tax small rural dwelling The Times Cryptic 15 Feb 2016
Bluebonnet Premier Sunday 24 Jan 2016
"Nae" sayer
Aberdeen native
J. K. Rowling, by residence
J.K. Rowling is one
Aberdeen man Universal 26 Dec 2015
McKellar, say, starts to sing cringingly on television The Telegraph Toughie 25 Dec 2015
Person whose name begins "Mc," often USA Today 14 Dec 2015
Nae sayer? Eugene Sheffer 14 Dec 2015
Macbeth or Lady Macbeth, e.g The Chronicle of Higher Education 11 Dec 2015
'Nae' sayer The Washington Post 09 Nov 2015
Clan member LA Times Daily 07 Nov 2015
2013 Wimbledon champ Andy Murray, e.g LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2015
Edinburgh resident Eugene Sheffer 19 Oct 2015
Craig Ferguson, by birth LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2015
Glaswegian, for one Eugene Sheffer 13 Oct 2015
Aberdeen native Universal 28 Sep 2015
Edinburgh native Wall Street Journal 14 Sep 2015
One celebrating the holiday Hogmanay New York Times 12 Sep 2015
Northern type's place with charge initially for parking The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Aug 2015
Son of Paisley, for one, has son with 21 down Irish Times Crosaire 15 Aug 2015
Bagpiper, often USA Today 12 Aug 2015
Sean Connery, by birth Newsday 02 Aug 2015
Glaswegian, say The Telegraph Quick 03 Jul 2015
Kilt wearer New York Times 30 Jun 2015
William Wallace, e.g USA Today 10 Jun 2015
Set out cost of living in Glasgow Irish Times Crosaire 04 Jun 2015
Several cups of tea for leaders living across Irish Sea Irish Times Crosaire 02 Jun 2015
UK northerner The Times Concise 29 May 2015
Loch Lomond local LA Times Daily 05 May 2015
Bagpiper, often Universal 05 May 2015
Bagpiper, often LA Times Daily 21 Apr 2015
Adam Smith, for one Wall Street Journal 17 Apr 2015
Hibernian Canadiana 13 Apr 2015
Burns, for one Canadiana 23 Mar 2015
Alexander Graham Bell, e.g LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2015
Burns, for instance Newsday 28 Feb 2015
Duncan or Banquo New York Times 11 Feb 2015
Tax whisky, not the Church The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Feb 2015
Voter in the news, 9/18/2014 Newsday 17 Jan 2015
Macbeth or Lady Macbeth, e.g.
Fifer, e.g.
Loch Lomond local
Craig Ferguson, by birth
Aberdeen native
One celebrating the holiday Hogmanay
Duncan or Banquo
"Nae" sayer
Bagpiper, often
Bagpiper, often
Aberdeen man
Burns, for instance
Person whose name begins "Mc," often
Loch Ness local
Adam Smith, for one
William Wallace, e.g.
Highlander
Robert Louis Stevenson, by birth
2013 Wimbledon champ Andy Murray, e.g.
Arthur Conan Doyle, by birth
Sean Connery, by birth
Alexander Graham Bell, e.g.
Voter in the news, 9/18/2014
Bagpiper, often
Clan member
Edinburgh native
Carnegie, but not Mellon
Edinburgh native
Inverness inhabitant
J.K. Rowling or Captain Kidd
Person from Aberdeen
Highlander
Glasgow native
Edinburgh native
Connery, by birth
Alexander Graham Bell, for one
Carnegie, by birth
Kilt sporter
Dundee resident
Any guy from Aberdeen
Aberdonian, e.g.
Local near a loch
Many a Royal Troon golfer
Macbeth, for one
The economist Adam Smith, for one
Sean Connery, for one
Loch Ness local
One from Dundee
Gentleman with Paisley ties?
Many a person whose name starts "Mc-"
Macbeth or Macduff
Adam Smith, for example
Dundee denizen
Sean Connery is one
Bell, by birth
Cock-a-leekie eater
Andrew Carnegie, for one
Dundee native
Hebrides native
Fife fellow
British poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, for one
Sean Connery, by birth
One spotting Nessie, probably
Glasgow resident
Dundee denizen
Dundee dweller
Caber toss spectator
Automaker David Dunbar Buick, by birth
William Wallace or Sean Connery
Tartan wearer
Adam Smith, e.g.
Fife resident
Sean Connery, for one
___-free (without punishment)
Tartan wearer
Sean Connery, by birth
Many a bagpiper
Kilt wearer
Hebrides native
Edinburgh native
British poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, for one
One from Aberdeen
Graham Bell, for one
Arthur Conan Doyle, e.g.
Alexander Graham Bell, by birth
Craig Ferguson, by birth
Many a St. Andrews golfer
St. Andrew's Day celebrant
Typical Burns supper attendee
Nairn native
Loch Ness local
Get off ___-free
Caber thrower
Kilt wearer
Nae sayer?
Lady Macbeth, e.g.
Citizen of Edinburgh
Bagpipes player, often
Mary, notably
Aberdeen resident
"Nae" sayer?
Aberdeen native
Carnegie, by birth
Edinburgh citizen
Edinburgh resident
Alexander Graham Bell, by birth
Inverness native
Many a wearer of plaid
Many a St. Andrews golfer
St. Andrew's Day celebrant
Person from Paisley
Guy from Perth
Caber thrower
Bagpipes player, often
Dunfermline native
Macbeth, for one
Carnegie, by birth
Caber thrower
Carnegie, by birth
Dundee dweller
Robert Louis Stevenson, e.g.
Clan man
Edinburgh resident
Guy from Glasgow
Inverness native
Robert Louis Stevenson, by birth
Native of Ayr
Loch Lomond local
Tartan wearer
Kilt wearer
Burns, e.g.
Queen Mary, for one
Stirling fellow
Nae sayer
Glasgow citizen
Sean Connery, e.g.
Man of Dundee
William Wallace, for one
Nae sayer?
Gordon Brown, for one
Cumbernauld resident
Bell or Watt
Bagpipes player, often (Abbr.)
Captain Kidd or Sean Connery, e.g.
Get off ___-free
Groundskeeper Willie, for one
Bairn, e.g.
Nae sayer
Inverness dweller
Kiltie
Nae-sayer?
Sean Connery, for one
Kilt wearer
Robert Burns, e.g.
Tam sporter
Bairn, e.g.
Loch Lomond local
Tartan wearer
Connery, by birth
Highlander
Sir James Dewar, for one
"Nae" sayer?
Wearer of 9-Down
Speaker with a burr
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, for one
Robert Louis Stevenson, e.g.
Bathgate native
Captain Kidd or J.K. Rowling
Clan member, often
Glasgow dweller
Macbeth, for one
Highlander, e.g.
Resident of the Land of Cakes
Sean Connery, nationally speaking
Connery, by birth
'Nae' sayer
Ayr resident
Speaker with a burr
___-free (unpunished)
Highlander
Andrew Carnegie, for one
Loch Ness local
Sean Connery, for one
Aberdeen fellow
Caber tosser
One born near the Butt of Lewis
Galwegian, e.g.
Nae sayer
Rob Roy, e.g.
Sean Connery, by birth
Uncle Scrooge, for one
Robert the Bruce subject
Rob Roy, for one
Glengarry wearer
Dumbarton denizen
St. Andrews golf club member, typically
Aberdeen native
Glaswegian, e.g.
Robert the Bruce subject
Bluebonnet
Highlander, e.g.
Connery, for one
Glaswegian, for one
Uncle Scrooge, for one
Rob Roy, for one
Glengarry wearer
William Wallace, for one
St. Andrew's Day observer
Robert Louis Stevenson, e.g.
St. Andrew's Day observer
Highlander
Sean Connery, e.g.
Robert Burns, for one
St. Andrew's Day observer
Sixth-century Great Britain settler
Captain Kidd, e.g.
Robert Louis Stevenson, e.g.
Many a person whose name starts Mac
Free opening?
Glasgow native
Sixth-century Great Britain settler
Sean Connery, e.g.
Free opening?
Captain Kidd, e.g.
Native of Glasgow
James Herriot or J.K. Rowling
Inverness inhabitant, e.g.
Captain Kidd or Sean Connery
Burns or Kidd
Inverness inhabitant
Glaswegian
Dumbarton denizen
Glasgow guy
Highlander, e.g.
Sean Connery, among many
Sean Connery, e.g.
Inverness inhabitant
Kilt wearer
Glaswegian, e.g.
Nae sayer
Connery, e.g.
William Wallace, for one
Dundee denizen
Sean Connery, e.g.
Nae sayer
Highlander
Sean Connery, notably
Kilt wearer
Burns, e.g.
Robert Burns was one
Caledonian, e.g.
Glaswegian, e.g.
Kilt-wearer
Nae sayer
Native of Aberdeen or Dundee
Dundee lad
Dundee denizen
Inverness inhabitant
Kilt-wearer
Robert Burns, for one
Aberdeen resident
Renfrew resident
Caber tosser
Edinburgh resident
Glasgow resident
Rob Roy, for one
Tartan wearer
__-free
Man from Edinburgh
Native of Aberdeen or Dundee
Dundee denizen
Highlander
Robert Burns was one
____-free
St. Andrews golf club member
Robert Burns, e.g.
Nae-sayer?
Macbeth or Duncan, e.g.
Sporran sporter
59-Across, e.g.
Connery, by birth
Rob Roy, for one
Tam sporter
Sir William Wallace, for one
Mary Stuart, e.g.
Dundee citizen
Dundee native
Speaker with a burr
One born near the Butt of Lewis
Edinburgh native
Golfer Colin Montgomerie, e.g.
Burns or Kidd
Dundee resident
Glaswegian
Mathematician Napier, for one
Gibson, in "Braveheart"
Caledonian
Dumbarton native
Burns, for one
Sporran sporter
Nae sayer?
"Great ___!"
Dundee denizen
__-free
___-free
Robert Louis Stevenson, notably
Nae sayer
Dundee dweller
Nae sayer
Dundee denizen
Caber caster
__-free
Skye guy
Rob Roy, for one
Burns, for instance
Loch Lomond local
Skye guy
Dumfries denizen
Rob Roy or Captain Kidd
Rob Roy, for one
Sean Connery, for one
Skye guy
Glasgow guy
Carnegie, e.g.
St. Andrews resident
Robert Louis Stevenson, for one
Rob Roy, for example
Sean Connery, by birth
Golfer Montgomerie, e.g.
Burns, for instance
Skye guy
Glaswegian, e.g.
Caledonian
Edinburgher
Robert the Bruce or Robert Burns
Burns, for one
Rob Roy, for one
Robbie Burns, for one
Glaswegian
Queen Mary, for one
Nae-sayer
Glaswegian, e.g.
Dundee denizen
Glaswegian, e.g.
Caledonian
Burns, e.g.
Aberdonian or Glaswegian
Auto racer Jackie Stewart, e.g.
Nae sayer
Burns, for example
James Herriot, for one
Glasgow guy
Caledonian
Caber tosser
Caledonian
Burns, e.g.
Inverness dweller
Queen Mary, for one
Dundee man
Rob Roy, for one
Dundee citizen
Robert Burns, by birth
Angus, maybe
Dundee denizen
William Wallace, e.g.
Native of Glasgow
Caber tosser
Bluebonnet
Tartan wearer, maybe
James Barrie, e.g.
Sean Connery, for one
Member of a Gaelic tribe
Get off ___ free
Aberdeen native
Aberdeen resident
Man from Aberdeen
Skye sight
Inverness inhabitant
Captain Kidd, for one
Moira Shearer, for one
'Rob Roy' extra
Adam Smith, for example
Aberdonian
Kiltie?
Robert Burns e.g.
Sir Walter Scott, aptly
Caber tosser
Dundee citizen
Person whose name starts Mc-, maybe
Dweller in Clydebank
Thomas Lipton, for one
40-Down, for one
Gael
Glaswegian
Perth resident
One from Dundee
Celtic
Robert Burns, for one
Tam wearer
Aberdonian, e.g.
Burrer, usually
Native of Aberdeen
Mary Stuart is a famous one
Person whose name starts with Mac-, maybe
Person whose name begins "Mc-," often
William Wallace for one
Carnegie or Bell, e.g.
Macintosh, e.g.
Glasgow resident
Get off ____ free
Burns, for example
From Aberdeen
Dundee native
Glasgow citizen
Man from Fife
Tartan wearer
Person of the Hebrides
Man from Dundee
Glaswegian, for one
Bagpiper often
Dunbarton denizen
Edinburgher
Burns, e.g.
Glaswegian
Robert Burns, for one
Kiltie
Sean Connery, for one
Golfer Montgomerie e.g.
Sean Connery e.g.
James Watt, for one
Dumbarton denizen
Falkirk citizen
Edinburgh citizen
Skye guy
Kilt wearer
Mary Stuart e.g.
Part of the U.K.
Dundee dweller
Barrie or Burns, e.g.
Midlothian native
Tax; levy
Connery, for one
Native of Edinburgh
Burns was one
Boswell was one
Dundee native
Rob Roy was one
Assess for tax
Carlyle
Macbeth, for one
Clan member
Ayr native
Lauder, for one
Mull resident
Bagpipe player
Bathgate native
Carlyle was one
Glaswegian
Get off ___ free
Duncan I, e.g.
Clan man
Boswell or Burns
Robert Bruce, e.g.
Lauder or Burns
Kiltie
Arran resident
William Wallace, for one
Burns or Watt
Watt or Adam Smith
Glaswegian
Tartan donner
Native of Inverness
Monarch Mary was one
Culloden Moor fighter
Burns or Macbeth
James M. Barrie, e.g.
Aberdonian
Roderick Dhu, e.g.
Warrior at Culloden Moor: 1746
Man from Inverness
Inverness inhabitant
Pibroch player
Native of Inverness-shire
His emblem is the thistle flower
Carlyle, e.g.
Citizen of Dumfries
Bagpiper, for one
Orkney dweller
Watt or Burns
___ and lot (old levy)
Burns, for one
Kind of free
Loch Ness resident
Kilt wearer
Burns or Lauder, e.g.
Robert I was one
Perth native
Inverness resident
Man with a caber
Culloden fighter
Haggis-eater
Orkney native
Highlander
Man of Dundee
Resident of Perth
Rob Roy, e.g.
Burns or Lauder
Highlands native
Loch Ness man
Man from Dundee
Haggis fancier
Word with free
___-free
Man from Dumbarton
Canny man
Britisher
Scott, for one
Sir Walter was one
Glengarry man
James I, for one
Tax
___ free
Caledonian
Highlander.
Watt, for one.
Lauder, for one.
Edinburgher.
Dundee man.
Burns, for one.
Man of Perth.
Aberdonian.
Macbeth, for one.
Glengarry man.
Glaswegian.
Caledonian.
Clansman.
Glengarry wearer.
Native of Perth.
Kiltie.
Gael.
Roderick Dhu.
Mary Garden, for one.
Lochinvar.
Hebrides resident.
___-free.
Carlyle was one.
Man with a burr.
Robert the Bruce.
Man from Dumfries.
Scott, for example.
John Paul Jones was one, by birth.
___ free (unharmed).
British subject.
Great ___, a variety of potato.
Man from Glengarry.
Part of U. K.: Abbr.
Dandie Dinmont.
Synonym for 31 Down.
___ free.
Native of Inverness.
Native of Aberdeen.
Person from Peeblesshire.
Scott was one.
Dowager Queen Elizabeth is one.
James I of England.
Man from the Orkneys.
3 Down, for instance.
Angus or Sandy.
Man of Maxwelton.
Campbell.
Man of Aberdeen.
Hero of "The Hasty Heart."
His heart's in the Highlands.
Thompson of the Giants is one.
Mary Stuart, for one.
Native of Dundee.
Sir Harry Lauder, for instance.
Native of Nairn.
Member of a clan.
Hector McNeil, for instance.
Canny and clanny.
Bagpiper.
Sir David Fyfe, for instance.
Man of Glengarry.
Queen Elizabeth, for example.
Rob Roy was one.
Rob Roy is one.
Early settler of Bannockburn.
Robert Burns was one.
Bluebonnet.
Bruce was one.
Harry Lauder.
What Queen Elizabeth is.
Native of the Grampians.
Irvine Welsh or J. K. Rowling, e.g.
Glaswegian
Haggis eater, likely
J. K. Rowling or Arthur Conan Doyle, e.g.
Dumfries dude
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