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  • interj. Alternative form of fie.


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  • The child reddened, looked sulky, and hesitated, while the mother, with many a fye and nay pshaw, and such sarsenet chidings as tender mothers give to spoiled children, at length succeeded in snatching the bonnet from him, and handing it to the English leader.

    The Monastery

  • ‘Hout fye — hout fye — all nonsense and pride,’ said the Laird of Summertrees.


  • I go walking into fye, I see marie at work but I didn't go over or say hi because I was still furious and unfourtunetly i'm bad at hiding it.

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  • When Sir Lancelot leaps out a window in madness from the tug-of-war between Elaine and Guinevere, Sir Bors tells Guinevere, Now, fye on youre wepynge!

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Mi mommi won't take me to fye so there goes any possibilty of getting boys night out, london after midnight or the casualties.

    clashpunk Diary Entry

  • We went to borders, fye ... and well we forgot sam goody which has it, but kan u listen to CD's in there??

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  • _ Oh fye, _Gardee_, be not so violent; Consider the Market lasts all the Year -- Well, I'll in and see if the Lawyer be come, you'll follow.

    The Busie Body

  • Curssing for a plack, to laste for a year, to curse all that looke ower our dick [dyke]? and that keapis our corne better nor the sleaping boy, that will have three schillingis of fye, a sark, and payre of schone in the year.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • But fye upon that knave Death, that will come whether we will or not!

    John Knox

  • _ Oh fye Wife, You will not make it publick will you?

    The City Bride (1696) Or The Merry Cuckold


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