Usage examples for GUIN

  1. Weel, weel, my lord,- guin ye laugh till ye brust;- the fact is still true. – The Man Of The World (1792) by Charles Macklin
  2. Sir, guin I could but have spoken in the house, I should have done the deed in half the time; but the instant I opened my mouth there, they aw fell a laughing at me;- aw which deficiencies, sir, I determined, at any expence, to have supplied by the polished education of a son, who, I hoped, would one day raise the house of Macsycophant till the highest pitch of ministerial ambition. – The Man Of The World (1792) by Charles Macklin