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  • adverb obsolete At once; together.

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  • adverb Obsolete form of at once.


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  • Yet better were attonce to let me die, and shew the last ensample of your pride: then to torment me thus with cruelty, to proue your powre, which I too wel haue tride.

    Amoretti and Epithalamion 1594

  • I maruaile of what substance was the mould the which her made attonce so cruell faire.

    Amoretti and Epithalamion 1594


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