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  • adverb obsolete Betwixt.

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  • adverb obsolete betwixt


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  • Till wilful loss of game atwixt two queens surprise me:

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The same as I told Mother Cloam — a man that knoweth his duty to head gardeners, as his noble lordship doth, the same know the differ atwixt Miss Faith — as fine a young


  • 'Och, they can put on a bra show and bedazzle ye wi' every manner o 'fine wines and loose lasses,' grumbled Hugi, 'but there's aye been scant friendship atwixt men and Faerie, least of all noo when Chaos gathers for war.

    Three Hearts and Three Lions

  • "Thar's something up atwixt 'em," deduced Amarilly, "and they air both too proud to say nuthin 'about it to the other."

    Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley

  • "Well, sir, you know that an oak-ball will smoke when you bust it atwixt your fingers -- but there ain't no fire in it," grunted Ham, philosophically.

    Swept Out to Sea Clint Webb Among the Whalers

  • And with his bodie bard the way atwixt them twaine.

    The Faerie Queene — Volume 01

  • "I kin take him from right here 'atwixt his eyes," said Jenks softly, and tapped his rifle significantly.

    The Last Trail

  • An 'thar would hev been a fight 'mongst 'em,' ceptin 'her brother, Jacob Tyler, went along with 'em, an' tried ter keep the peace atwixt 'em.

    In the Tennessee mountains,

  • Nobody hed thought of hevin 'much of a fight, - thar hed been jes' a few licks passed atwixt the men thar; but the fust finger ez war laid on this boy, he jes 'lit out an' fit like a catamount.

    In the Tennessee mountains,

  • She had been the proud wife 'o' t 'cliverest mon atwixt

    The History of David Grieve


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