from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adverb Before now; heretofore.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Before this time


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  • In constrast, the Lords Juss, Spitfire, Gouldry Blazsco and Brandoch Daha are great and noble in a way never seen these days, and rarely seen erenow.

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  • "I do not think I have had the pleasure of meeting you erenow."

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  • None there had witnessed anything like this erenow, save for the firstborn of a royal house.

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  • Somehow the view seemed brighter to Joyce than ever erenow.

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  • 'Tis an idea which should have occurred to me erenow, but there was so much happening - Well

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  • 'I've never seen the like erenow, but it must have been a coven.

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  • 'Had they any sense, they loons would ha' made pincushions o 'us erenow.'

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  • Oh, run, my comrade, run as no horses ever did erenow, for surely all men are pursued with us.

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  • "World after world has gone down in ruin erenow, my son, and will in the years and thousands of years to come.

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  • "You never yielded up your hope erenow, my knight/'replies Ricia, and kisses his temple.



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