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  • Why, ole mars 'he done 'greed to gib me fou' hund'ed dollars dis year, an 'I done worked faithful, Mars' Cap'n; an 'now I ain't to have nuffin'! '

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878 Various

  • Fall in de riveh an 'comes out wid fo' hund'ed dollahs!

    Lady Luck Hugh Wiley

  • Dey's nebber ate fou 'hund'ed dollars up in a year.'

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878 Various

  • There's that fo 'hund'ed dollahs you give me an' whatever you'se got left off de Spindlin 'Spider boy you cleaned in Poteland.

    Lady Luck Hugh Wiley

  • Thereupon reappears the Teuton, ecstatic and triumphant, bearing with him a huge sausage, which he proceeds to devour with mingled lamentations over his departed "hund" and raptures over its metamorphosed condition.

    The Major Ralph Connor 1898

  • "An 'all I gits right along he gwine he'p me save, an' when I git fo 'hund'ed dollahs he gwine gin me de free papahs fu' you, my little gal."

    The Strength of Gideon and Other Stories Paul Laurence Dunbar 1889

  • "Yas, missy; I was twenty-fo 'hund'ed years ole las' Easter Sunday."

    Solomon Crow's Christmas Pockets and Other Tales Ruth McEnery Stuart 1886

  • Kronprinz "reappears with his" hund "under his arm and begins an active and distracted search for his precious sausage.

    The Major Ralph Connor 1898

  • "Fo 'hund'ed tons, massa; dat's what Cap'n Stopfoot done say, kase I never done measure her.

    Fighting for the Right Oliver Optic 1859

  • Der Hund beißt die Katze and Die Katze beißt der hund both mean the same thing: The dog bites the cat.

    Archive 2009-08-01 2009


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