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  • Contraction of to it.

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Examples

  • E'en shall I be dischuffed to't knickers, ee by gum.

    bastardo

  • If you have any music that may not be heard, to't again...

    Shakespeare's Insult 4-5 November 2006

  • Lord Polonius: Look to't, I charge you: come your ways.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • You might have private chamber-practice enough if you'd give you mind to't.

    The Beau Defeated: or, The Lucky Younger Brother

  • Chemist said th 'closest thang he'd ever seen to't was somethin' he called Aquia Reqa or somethin 'like-kind've a mix a' all kinda acids together, real nasty stuff, etches glass an 'everthang.

    Fiddler Fair

  • Meseems the answer lieth within my grasp but am balked from setting finger to't.

    A different flesh

  • They, being but new come from the wilds, are not inured to't as are our servants, and might well turn on me, their master.

    A different flesh

  • I've a been long minded to do't for old sake's sake, only I vinds I dwon't get about now as I'd used to't.

    Tom Brown's Schooldays

  • Ye get us'd to't, ye get us'd to't, as Annapla says aboot bein 'a weedow woman.

    Doom Castle

  • "I'll gie the remainin 'quarter, an' add ten dollars to't that my Margaret sent, sayin 'in her gentle way,' It may gie some added comfort to the place wherever 'tis chosen. '"

    Randy and Her Friends

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  • Contraction for to it.

    January 1, 2008