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  • -- "'Tis enoof t 'raaise yore pore feyther clane out of' is graave!"

    The Three Sisters

  • You'd think there was nawbody in this village good enoof to kape coompany wi 'Jimmy, the road he goas.

    The Three Sisters

  • I'd a married Assy right enoof ef I'd 'a' looved her.

    The Three Sisters

  • "But yo're happy enoof, aren't yo '-- all the same?"

    The Three Sisters

  • -- 'Aye, lad' -- ses th 'owd un --' gie me thy yed, an tak mine -- thine is gude enoof to be buried wi. '

    Helbeck of Bannisdale — Volume II

  • 'Aye, if yo do but live long enoof, yo get past t' bad bits o 't' road, 'Reuben said one night, with a long breath, to David, and then checked himself, brought up either by a look at his nephew's mourning dress, or by a recollection of what David had told him of

    The History of David Grieve

  • 'They'll hear that fast enoof,' said David, looking anxiously up at the shut windows.

    The History of David Grieve

  • When yo go by it i 'winter, soomtimes, it lukes that lonesome, with t' churchyard coomin up close roun it, it's enoof to gie a body th 'shivers.

    The History of David Grieve

  • With a contemptuous sniff he thought to himself, "There's mateerial enoof in ye for so mooch toward a flock as a calf and a donkey."

    What Can She Do?

  • "'E's saaved Nad's baaby for' m, right enoof, Dr. Rawcliffe 'as.

    The Three Sisters

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