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- n. Common misspelling of sense.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or dialectal form of since.
- An obsolete spelling of sense and of sense.
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And that in sence, is no different than removing the View Source command altogether.
Another SUPERDELEGATE with good sence is joinging the ticket.
Her mother 'ain't never mentioned her name sence she left - to nobody. "
Maybe it,s because when I talk a have a black slang sence I grew up IN the black comunity.
That God is the cause of sinne, in this sence, that is, that he withdraweth hys grace from men, whereby they sinne.
She ain't once mentioned yore name sence you went off.
"Old Bob Peachin never tole me no sech word sence I been born!" he declared flatly.
I loved the move Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le And I hope to have that kind of sence of fun and justice in my life.
"No, Polly Ann, not one word sence Tom and his Pa went.
Ye ain't give me a civil word sence ye come here, an 'I'll pay ye -- "
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