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- adv. back again
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Back again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Backward; back again.
- In return; back.
- Again; once more.
- Conversely; vice versa.
- On the contrary; on the other hand.
And so may this knowing be a sovereign mean and help of againstanding, for often times unknowing is cause of much error, and, againward, knowing is cause of much truth; and to this manner of knowing mayst thou win thus as I say to thee.
And so Sir Palomides took his horse and his harness, and he rode unto King Arthur's court; and there Sir Palomides gat him four knights and four sergeants-of-arms, and so he returned againward unto Joyous Gard.
For ever he hoved still upon his horse till he saw you come in againward.
Arthur’s court; and there Sir Palomides gat him four knights and four sergeants-of-arms, and so he returned againward unto
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