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- noun obsolete See
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Something better this morning, I proceed to finish a rough draugh of the river & Distances to leave at this place, the wormest day we have had this year, at 4 oClock the Party returned from the head of the portage Soon after it began to hail and rain hard and continued for a fiew minits & Ceased for an hour and began to rain again with a heavy wind from the N W.
The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806 Meriwether Lewis 1791
a single gill of water at a draugh, and that quantity but twice in an hour, although five times that quantity would not have satisfied me -- and the food allowed me was apportioned accordingly.
1996: 'Tis old, but true, Still Swine eats all the draugh.