“Faith, she's saix feet hoigh, an 'broad in the b'ame in proporshi'n.”
“With this cutting innuendo, Tom jumped down from his bough, and threw a stone with a "hoigh!" as a friendly attention to Yap, who had also been looking on while the eatables vanished, with an agitation of his ears and feelings which could hardly have been without bitterness.”
“With this cutting innuendo, Tom jumped down from his bough, and threw a stone with a hoigh!”
“Yap, hoigh! there he is, said Tom, clapping his hands, as the little black snout made its arrowy course to the opposite bank.”
“She had a hazy idea that Alfred was adding something to the original purchase price of her young sisters, but she was quite at a loss to know how to refuse the offer of such a "grand 'hoigh" gentleman, even though her failure to do so would no doubt result in a beating when she reached home.”
“Mebbe the butther is a little hoigh," exclaimed the hostess, noting that Yan was sparing of it.”
“I'm ommost chok'd wi 'smithy sleck, (4) the wind it is so hoigh.”
“She must step very hoigh," said the gentleman, turning round: and”
“She must step very hoigh," said the gentleman, turning round: and Philip recognised the beau in the stage-coach.”
“He's doon in a roight laine atwixt 't gray stean and yon hoigh ashen tree.”
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