Sonsie



adjective, sonsier, sonsiest. Scot. and North England, Irish English.
1.
strong and healthy; robust.
2.
agreeable; good-natured.
adjective (Scot & Irish, English, dialect) -sier, -siest
1.
plump; buxom; comely
2.
cheerful; good-natured
3.
lucky

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