from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Used to express woe or distress.
- n. A lamentation.
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- interj. Expressing sadness, regret etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An exclamation expressive of grief or sorrow, equivalent to alas.
- n. Woe; misery.
But if Icould have given him advice ten years ago, I would have said: Stay wellaway from Nottingham.
Netzia, Neserea The golden sheen of the wood panels set between the ancient built-in bookcases, also of golden oak, glistens in the light from the half-score manteled lamps set in bronze free-standing sconces, wellaway from wood and books.
Ah, wellaway for such a lovely one with this hideous Quasimodo!
But, wellaway! all was in vain; my nee'le is never the near.
Alas, alack and wellaway for blamer's calumny! viii.
Alas, alack and wellaway for blamer’s calumny! viii.