GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A battle (1590) in which the Huguenots under Henry IV. of France defeated the Catholics under the duke of Mayenne.
- n. a battle (1590) in which the Huguenots under Henry IV defeated the Catholics under the duke of Mayenne
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“He says if people wud on'y call him in befure they got sick he'd abolish ivry disease in th 'ward except old age and pollyticks.”
“I'll gee _tuther penny_, an that's ivry vard'n I a got.”
“I go up the road fur the likes o 'four miles ivry mornin' to see is there ony rocks on the thrack. ”
“They kin pass things off wid th 'high hand an' kape their nerve betther'n th 'roughnecks -- ivry toime.”
“But, gintilmin, a dinner is a very small thing and they are har-rd to discover, as ivry wan of you lads very will know.”
“They's a publisher in ivry block an 'in thousands iv happy homes some wan is plugging away at th' romantic novel or whalin 'out a pome on th' typewriter upstairs.”
“At ivry jolt I thought my' eart would ha 'flown clean out o' my mouth, 'be said.”
“Don't fight wid ivry scutt for the pure joy av fightin ', but if you do, knock the nose av him first an' frequint.”
“At ivry jolt I thought my' eart would ha 'flown clean out o' my mouth, 'he said.”
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