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  • prep. with

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete or dialectal form of with.


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Alteration of with.


  • "They was used to call me _Mister_ O'Donel when I was in the army, but I've guv that up long ago an 'dropped the title wid the commission."

    Fort Desolation Red Indians and Fur Traders of Rupert's Land

  • Hobo to girl with two bags and seven textbooks: Damn, girl, where you goin 'wid all dem books?

    Funny stuff

  • Me an 'the Mud Turtle here craves to git baptized wid a couple o' slugs o 'gin.

    Lady Luck

  • "The little gells be over to the kindergarten with the Sisters, an 'I thought I'd clane go out of me mind if I couldn't have a word wid you before Jim gets home -- Och, Aileen, dearie, me home I'm so proud of --"

    Flamsted quarries

  • De ole man he seem bubblin 'wid joy, an' he peered first at de gargle, den at de grippin, like dey was long-lost friends.

    The Golden Apple Tree

  • "Keep on the right side of her and you'll stand in wid de old man," whispered the boy next to him.

    The Shagganappi

  • "I've been wantin 'to spake a word wid ye for two weeks now -- about thim cows which me brother in Illinoy has been askin' me about, an 'divvil a chance have I had to see ye!"

    'Firebrand' Trevison

  • '"A word wid you, Dempsey," sez I. "You've walked wid Dinah Shadd four times this fortnight gone."

    Life's Handicap

  • She's always sittin 'about there on the steps, heart-broken, because she can't get a word wid ye!

    The Road to Mandalay A Tale of Burma

  • I do, and Kling does, and so does that darlin 'Masie, and every man, woman, and child around here that can get their hands on him or a word wid him.

    Felix O'Day


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