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  • noun Plural form of daye.

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Examples

  • Worthy Sir, my anchent Friend, — That trewtli & righteousnes maye florish in our dayes is the accation of my writeing: viz: Josua Hubard, called a minister, come - ing from Barbadus, haueing bene ther some mounthes, being in New Plimmouth Jurisdiction, tooke to him the aduontage of Generall Court to publish & auer, that Geo:

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • Yn how manye dayes doth an Archibshop earne thyn yeerlye wage?

    "9 Sometimes when I am Stvck for a rhyme, I new-mint a Worde because I jvst want to get the Damned script ovt the fvcking doore."

  • Retrieving the Carrot's time machine, the dissimilar duo head back to olde tymie dayes:

    Herbie, the Flaming Carrot, and Billy-Bob Shakespeare!

  • Retrieving the Carrot's time machine, the dissimilar duo head back to olde tymie dayes:

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  • Yt did amusen my ladye to swich a degre that she oft askede me to walken so for dayes at a tyme.

    Crackpot Medieval "Facts"

  • Secrets unknown to Christians, secrets which have never been written, but have been successsively since the dayes of Solomon

    The Compleat Angler

  • Josephus, that learned Jew, tells us of a River in Judea, that runs and moves swiftly all the six dayes of the week, and stands still and rests upon their Sabbath day.

    The Compleat Angler

  • Song, that that was sung by you and your daughter, when I last past over this Meadow, about eight or nine dayes since.

    The Compleat Angler

  • Pearch to devour their Spawn, when it is cast upon grass, or flags, or weeds, where it lies ten or twelve dayes before it be enlivened.

    The Compleat Angler

  • Gentles be put two or three dayes before into a box or horn anointed with Honey, and so put upon your hook, as to preserve them to be living, you are as like to kill this craftie fish this way as any other; but still as you are fishing, chaw a little white or brown bread in your mouth, and cast it into the Pond about the place where your flote swims.

    The Compleat Angler

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