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“Are natural breath: [458-35] but, howsoe'er you have”
“Never might he on earth howsoe'er well he will'd it”
“But I fear 'twill be a fizzle, howsoe'er I fake and fudge it!”
“Nature, howsoe'er disguised, will soon or late assert herself.”
“But howsoe'er that may be, later will I pledge to our better friendship.”
“But I deem it best that ye should leave your squires and come with me, for, howsoe'er pressed the prince may be, I am very sure that he would be loth to keep two old comrades-in-arms upon the further side of the door.”
“But this he would not do, howsoe'er he prayed him, but said he must first seek Sir Lancelot, and learn if harm had befallen him.”
“Andrew looked at me with some astonishment, at hearing his information treated so lightly; and then muttering, ` ` Aweel, it's the warst thing I ken aboot the lassie, howsoe'er, '' he resumed his spade, like the king of the Vandals, in Marmontel's late novel.”
“` ` It is all I mean to give, howsoe'er; you may choose to follow me, or to remain without the information I desire to afford you. '”
“Lacking him, she lacks adornment, howsoe'er her jewels gleam? ”
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