- n. Obsolete spelling of wife.
“As his pretend wife, the princess took the treasurer to task for taking better care "of your goute ... than ye do of your wyfe.”
“She further laments that she can hardly believe "that the goute myght with holde a good husbande hauyng some loue to his wyfe" and begs Egerton to teach her what "a good husbande ought to teche his wyfe," that is, the full definition of love (intellectually speaking, one hopes).”
“It wuz hard 4 mii 2 knot cumes obber an brings him soops an stuffs awl teh thyme; gotz 2 let teh noo wyfe takes care ob him an knot B a payne mudder-N-lawr.”
“Yeers ago while visitin Lundon, muh wyfe an I were onna tube goin bak to Hotel after a nite owt and I had the day pack wiff the stufft dawg sticking his hed owt, win into our train car der stumbloled three VERY LARGE fellows who had been enjoyin the golden essence ob the amber grain.”
“I tryse to be nyce to de critters but dey jest doan lyke me fer taykin der mawn fer muh wyfe.”
“My WW (wunder wyfe (sumtymes myte mean whacko woman)) has a buncha stuft animlols – de critters.”
“I wuz making a porter a few yeers ago an I tole muh wyfe she could choose de flavoring.”
“De ex wyfe saw nuffin amuzing abowt the wreef or the festive holidaze bawls.a”
“Ai furget what him named it, but hims wyfe calls it “teh otter wommin” an finks it berry berry funneh.”
“I wuz onna treddmill, watchin teebee, adn tehy shewed sum soljers bakk frum Irak an wun wuz huggin himz wyfe a big hug, adn den teh capshun came on dat teh soljerz wud “be debriefed for several days” adn I fell off teh treddmill!”
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