Portuguese name of and .


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    . Historical Examples This was afore he got married, Sim; his wife’s tamed him a little. The Depot Master Joseph C. Lincoln I teede hey, I tourne it afore it is made in cockes, je fene. The Romance of Names Ernest Weekley Here’s a bit of a treeho, lads, as I bought in Brummagem the […]

  • Afoot

    on foot; walking: I came afoot. astir; in progress: There is mischief afoot. Contemporary Examples Police suspected a serial killer was afoot and dubbed him the Southside Slayer. LA’s Grisly Woman Killer Christine Pelisek October 26, 2011 A few facts (or perhaps “facts”) were given about each illness, but hardly enough to know if anything […]

  • Aforehand

    . Historical Examples He took the bridle in his hand and rode forth, the host nigh to him; and at his side went he who had betrayed him aforehand. The Romance of Morien Jessie L. Weston She lives reputably, and is, as I find, aforehand in the world. Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9) Samuel Richardson […]

  • Aforementioned

    cited or earlier or previously. Contemporary Examples As the aforementioned incidents show, this arrangement has been far from peaceful. Why Jews Should Be Allowed to Pray On the Temple Mount Zack Parker June 24, 2013 I have sworn to defend my country, my constitution, and the values and virtues of the aforementioned. Wingnuts Excerpt—The Hatriots: […]

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