in ; in two; apart.
Thy father hath given the cloak to me, wherefore then hast thou cut it atwain?
Tales from the Old French Various
Her looks involuntarily followed the water’s stately course, which, like a silver band, cut Paris atwain.
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a town in central California. a male given name.
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. Historical Examples atweel, ay, sirs, Gourlay has that morning’s work to blame for the poor wife he has now. The House with the Green Shutters George Douglas Brown “atweel, Miss Cary, the discourse was no that ill for a Prelatist,” was the answer. Out in the Forty-Five Emily Sarah Holt atweel, I can do […]
. Historical Examples Ef I was to see too much of you atween now and our wedding, no promise that ever was would bind me. A Girl of the People L. T. Meade “I shall be atween you and the Injuns all the time, boy,” said he. Field and Forest Oliver Optic There wasna such […]