from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. at this very instant; precisely now.

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  • adv. interjection of rebuke


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  • Mr Bingham gave me 80 dollars to bear my expenses for the present session and told me if I I required more he would give it to me, but I feel a diffidence in asking or writting to him for money which I would not feel by applying to you and I being no more his scholar it would be as well for me nex session to get the money from you that is if it accords with your m wishes it is now now about ten Oclock and I must go to bed and end my

    Letter from Charles L. Pettigrew to Ebenezer Pettigrew, August 6, 1832


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