Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A form occurring only in the following passage, where it is apparently either an intentional blunder put into the mouth of Dogberry, or an original misprint for easiest (in early print eafiest or efiest). The alleged eft, ‘convenient, handy, commodious,’ assumed from this superlative, is otherwise unknown.
“Having, as he felt sure, the means of making things decidedly uncomfortable for Mr. Rodman Williamson, it struck him that the eftest way would be to declare at once to his brother”
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