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  • Whom at the four-went ways they turned head first,

    The Light of Asia

  • a four-went way a man and woman hung from an ash-tree; of a farmstead the four walls stood, with a fire yet burning in the rick-yard; in the duck-pond before the house the bodies of the owners were floating amid the scum of green weed.

    The Forest Lovers


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  • (adjective) - Only used in four-went-way, a point where four roads meet.

    --Sir James Murray's New English Dictionary, 1901

    January 14, 2018