Definitions

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  • adverb Archaic spelling of as soon as..
  • adverb obsolete As soon as might be; immediately; forthwith.

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Examples

  • We only got a few of these in at Sugar Creek this spring and I snatched one up assoon asI could.

    My Garden Giant « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • Just a quick blog tonight assoon dh& I are sitting down to ayummydinner of steak, chips, onion rings and mushrooms to celebrate my 30th birthday!

    Goodbye 20’s… Hello 30’s! « MeltedMoment's Weblog

  • But with the exception of somelocal high-school kids who hung up assoon as they saw that the BBS had no games, no one logged on for weeks.

    Online On A Shoestring

  • Just a quick blog tonight assoon dh& I are sitting down to ayummydinner of steak, chips, onion rings and mushrooms to celebrate my 30th birthday!

    2008 June « MeltedMoment's Weblog

  • That Assoon as we arived within a few leagues off Cape Codd we met with a Ship of twenty eight guns called the _Wedaw_, which assoon as they came near, haled us and Demanded from whence we came.

    Privateering and Piracy in the Colonial Period Illustrative Documents

  • They stood out assoon as they espied us, and we stood directly after them.

    Bucaniers of America:

  • I attempted to bring some of these Insects into Europe, when I came from those parts, but assoon as they came into a colder climate, they dyed by the way.

    Bucaniers of America:

  • And the Petitioners are to serve the Selectmen with the Copy of this order, who Shall Call a Town Meeting assoon as may be, &

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • a dagger, with long haire, and bootes that reach vp to their grine, and a shirt of male, hanging the one halfe before, and the other halfe behinde, these were sent away againe assoon as the armie was past.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Foxford, [13] which also belongs to them, which they alleadg they brought from the aforesaid Passengers; That there is one Crawford, a dweller in Foxford, who told the said Mr. Vanderlure and others, That there was one of the Passengers who had some peices of Muslin [14] in a bagg. the said Crafford absented himself when Mr. Glover and Mr. Cade were at Foxford to examin that matter, but there is a Summons left at his house to appear at Gallway on Munday next to give his Testimony and knowledge therein; That assoon as the said Mr. Vanderlure had notice of that Sloop being in that part of the Country he desird the

    Privateering and Piracy in the Colonial Period Illustrative Documents

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