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  • None naysaid it, so they all rode forth together, and the sergeant and the squire and Sir Hugh told of their tale what they might to Sir Aymeris and the others; but Arthur held his peace, and rode aloof from Birdalone, whereas Sir Aymeris and Hugh rode on either side of her, and did not spare to comfort her what they might.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • And whereas I was determined what to do, and had my war-sword by my side, I naysaid her not, but made her good countenance.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • Then she stooped down to him and kissed him, and he naysaid her not, but seemed rather glad when it was over; but when

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • This challenge they naysaid in few words, for the town was well victualled and manned.

    The Sundering Flood

  • He hailed us courteously, and asked if he might abide with us till morning, and we naysaid him not, if he might do with such cheer as we might make him.

    The Sundering Flood

  • None naysaid it, so they all rode forth together, and the sergeant and the squire and Sir Hugh told of their tale what they might to Sir

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • And whereas I was determined what to do, and had my war-sword by my side, I naysaid her not, but made her good countenance.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • Now I call to mind that they had prayed our priest, Sir Cyprian, to bless them on their departure, but he naysaid them; for he held that such a quest came of the inspiration of the devils, and was but a memory of the customs of the ancient gentiles and heathen.

    The Well at the World's End: a tale

  • There also were the matters of Silver-dale duly ordered: the Men of the Wolf would have had the Woodlanders dwell with them in the fair-builded stead, and take to them of the goodly stone houses there what they would; but this they naysaid, choosing rather to dwell in scattered houses, which they built for themselves at the utmost limit of the tillage.

    The Roots of the Mountains; Wherein Is Told Somewhat of the Lives of the Men of Burgdale

  • Nevertheless, when her fosterling fed her kindly from her abundance they naysaid it not.

    The Sundering Flood

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