from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • With all due rites; in accordance with the ritual; in due form.


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  • Ai haz such a eggcitmint, mii fingerz nawt typee ritely.

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  • And thof I have paradventerd, now and tan, umbelly to speak my foolish thofts, and haply may again a paradventer, when your most exceptionable onnur shall glorify me with a hearing, in sitch and sitch like cramp cases and queerums as this here; yet take me ritely, your noble onnur, it is always and evermore with every think of that there umbel and very submissive obedient kind.

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  • Take me ritely, your onnur; I mean for the twenty thousand pounds.

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  • That is take me ritely, your Ladyship, says you; under your

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  • Whereby take me ritely, your onnurable onnur, I means nothink amiss.

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  • That is, take me ritely; and I has a no notion that ee should take it into your nobb noddl that I means to suppose that I shall come down with the dust.

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  • So take me ritely, now is your time to look about ee.

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  • Think of the money your most dear gracious noble onnur; and think to what vantidge I could a lay it out for your onnur; that is, take me ritely your most exceptionable onnur, a savin and a sayin under your wise onnur's purtection, and currection, and every think of that there umbel and very submissive obedient kind.

    Anna St. Ives

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