Definition of keech in English:

keech

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Pronunciation: /kiːx
 
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noun

[mass noun] Scottish informal
1Excrement.
1.1Rubbish: maybe this keech about ‘microclimate’ was true
More example sentences
  • One can understand their reluctance to meander into the twilight zone of recycled material and - to paraphrase Kiernan - ‘reheated auld keech’.
  • You can call this the most seasonally unsympathetic killjoy of a column if you like, but over the past week did television not furnish the most unappealing crock of keech to masquerade as mass entertainment?
  • Here's some truly random Scottish keech going down this week.

Origin

early 19th century: from cach, Scots variant of cack.

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