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  • verb Obsolete spelling of return.

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Examples

  • The work produced an unexpected gem: there, in a letter written by John Winthrop Jr. in the spring of 1673, was mention of the “returne of Edward Messenger from Boston.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • The work produced an unexpected gem: there, in a letter written by John Winthrop Jr. in the spring of 1673, was mention of the “returne of Edward Messenger from Boston.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • The work produced an unexpected gem: there, in a letter written by John Winthrop Jr. in the spring of 1673, was mention of the “returne of Edward Messenger from Boston.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • How cynical is the courting of Apocalyptical Protestants who are just trying to hold Israel until Jesus returne.

    Lieberman increases criticism of Barack Obama

  • Especially since art is my first language, and I want nothing in returne but to express it in an image?

    Planet-x.com.au » As an artist who just likes to draw what is seen in the paranormal with no attachments. Where do I post?

  • At my returne, I could heare no news of my stockins.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • When resorte so increaseth that they grow in suspition, and the pottes which are sent so often too the Tauerne, gette such a knock before they come home, that they returne their Mayster a crack to his credite: Though hee bee called in question of his life, hee hath shiftes inoughe to auoyde the blanke.

    The More Things Change II

  • Alas, my fairest hope, say no more so, but returne home with me, and now that I am acquainted with thy inclination; I will endeavour heereafter to give thee better contentment.

    The Decameron

  • Which being done, the Merchant dispatching all his affaires at Rhodes, was desirous to returne home to Cyprus, in a

    The Decameron

  • Madame, your parents, kindred and friends, and generally all throughout Bologna, doe verily thinke you to be dead, wherefore there is not any one, that will make any inquisition after you: in which regard, the favour I desire from you, is no more but to abide here secretly with my Mother, untill such time as I returne from

    The Decameron

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