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Witch is eating good food in Scotland (6)


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'food in scotland' is the definition.
'haggis' can be an answer for 'food' (haggis is a kind of food). I am unsure of the 'in scotland' bit.

'witch is eating good' is the wordplay.
'witch' becomes 'hag' (synonyms).
'eating' indicates putting letters inside.
'good' becomes 'g' (abbreviation).
'hagis' going around 'g' is 'HAGGIS'.

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(Other definitions for haggis that I've seen before include "Scotish sheep dish" , "Dish boiled in a skin made from an animal's stomach" , "Scottish savoury combining lamb offal and oatmeal" , "Scotland's national dish" , "Robert Burns' "Great chieftain o' the puddin'-race"" .)

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