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Notour bankrupt

(Scots law) a bankrupt who has failed to discharge his or her debts within the days of grace allowed by the court


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    verb phrase To be unappealing or unconvincing for one: I like the idea, but it may not play for you (1990s+)

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    /ˈprəʊvən/ adjective 1. (postpositive) a third verdict available to Scottish courts, returned when there is evidence against the defendant but insufficient to convict

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    verb phrase To believe someone capable of an indicated act, opinion, etc: I wouldn’t put it past you to believe such hogwash (1870+)

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    Consider someone capable of doing something, especially something bad. For example, I wouldn’t put it past him to tell a lie or two. This expression uses past in the sense of “beyond.” [ Late 1800s ]

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