Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See thar.

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Examples

  • "Guess I'll jump overboard an 'drown myself, fur the devil's in the shep, an' thaar's a cuss hangin 'over her!"

    The Island Treasure

  • Why, thaar ain't a quarter the per'l 'bout it, much less half, as I sed jest naow!

    Fritz and Eric The Brother Crusoes

  • "I guess we'd better hev a liquor-up to seal the barg'in; an 'when thet's done, if you've got nuthin' better to du, I reckon you'd better come along o 'me to my little shanty at the head of the bay -- your brother's ben made welcome thaar already."

    Fritz and Eric The Brother Crusoes

  • Inaccessible Island, now I come to think of it; but I've never been thaar myself.

    Fritz and Eric The Brother Crusoes

  • "But I reckon I heerd somethin 'russlin' about thaar to the back of yer, mister," he added suddenly, gazing intently in the direction he had intimated, to the rear of the young engineer, where the prairie-grass had already grown to some height.

    Picked up at Sea The Gold Miners of Minturne Creek

  • "You'd better let your friend, that thaar mule, hove a shy with his heels at your woolly pate next time," said Seth in his customary grim way.

    Picked up at Sea The Gold Miners of Minturne Creek

  • "Man or boy, I guess he's had a pretty rough time of it out thaar!"

    Picked up at Sea The Gold Miners of Minturne Creek

  • "I've been in a vessel as sprung a leak, and where the hands were pumping day and night, with nary a spell off, so as to kip a plank atween us and the bottom of Davy Jones's looker; but, never, in all my born days, have I seed sich pumpin 'as went on in that thaar week!"

    Picked up at Sea The Gold Miners of Minturne Creek

  • "I wer so," he replied -- "I wer so skeart thet I didn't know what ter dew; but, thinks I, let's see if anythin's thaar; an 'so I jest look't round the corner o' the galley through the half-door, an ', b'y, thaar I seed Sam a-sottin', ez I sed, an 'a-playin' his banjo ez nat'rel ez ever wer!"

    The Island Treasure

  • Ye've been shamming Abraham in yer watch, an 'sneaked down thaar to hev a pipe on the sly, when ye should hev bin mindin' yer dooty, thet's what's the matter, sirree; but, I'll make ye pay for it, ye skulkin 'rascallion.

    The Island Treasure

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