the woman ipsukuk fell to weeping for a son lost long years agone in the ice, and the shaman made incantation and prophecy.
the faith of men jack london
because when my father have arrived at his house, he is agone.
the argonauts of north liberty bret harte
gintlemen that came by the coach a while agone, and supping in the parlour now, sure.
handy andy, volume 2 (of 2) samuel lover
he went forth half an hour agone with mr. vallancey and sir rowland.
mistress wilding rafael sabatini
the roger whom they found at last was very different from the roger who had entered the lists but three days agone.
the red romance book various
but the electors of germany, in days agone, had a well-defined use.
little journeys to the homes of the great – volume 14 elbert hubbard
which very thing had been proved by my great predecessor, dr. grant, half a century agone.
st. cuthbert’s robert e. knowles
“i am deaf and dumb as you were, friend, a minute agone,” spoke the little esquire.
robin hood paul creswick
now will i show you an adventure that befell some seventeen years agone, or twenty mayhap.
tales from the old french various
“the man that came upon her is still in town,—or was an hour agone,” i replied.
to have and to hold mary johnston
an archaic word for ago
(in ancient greece) a contest in which prizes were awarded in any of a number of events, as athletics, drama, music, poetry, and painting. (italics) greek. (in ancient greek drama) a formalized debate or argumentation, especially in comedy: usually following the proagon and preceding the parabasis. literature. conflict, especially between the protagonist and the antagonist. […]
not forming an angle. historical examples the line p-ssing through points where the needle points north, without declination, is the agonic line. physics willis eugene tower to the east of the agonic line the declination is westerly, and to the west it is easterly. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 17, slice 3 various agonic line, […]
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an imaginary line on the surface of the earth connecting all points at which the declination of the magnetic field of the earth is zero. historical examples the line p-ssing through points where the needle points north, without declination, is the agonic line. physics willis eugene tower to the east of the agonic line the […]
extreme and generally prolonged pain; intense physical or mental suffering. a display or outburst of intense mental or emotional excitement: an agony of joy. the struggle preceding natural death: mortal agony. a violent struggle. (often initial capital letter) theology. the sufferings of christ in the garden of gethsemane. contemporary examples john b. judis, the new […]
to suffer extreme pain or anguish; be in . to put forth great effort of any kind. to distress with extreme pain; torture. contemporary examples parents stood up to agonize about their responsibility, as cosigners, for the loans of their now unemployed offspring. nyu professor: are student loans immoral? andrew ross september 26, 2012 the […]