But, oh, these wild words of thine are worse to mine ears than aught which you could say of me.
For aught he knew, she might already have escaped or be married to Peter Brome.
I may rue my opposition as long as I live, for aught she knows.
She asked her if she had aught to complain of in her situation.
Hereupon, Mr. Godfrey asked if there was aught evil in the book.
In the sheer youth of her (he realized) more than in aught else, lay her chiefest charm.
A man cannot do aught but his best, but that will I strive to do this day.
Spake to 'em by their lone silves when you've aught to say to 'em.
You can away now, sweetheart, if you have aught to engage you.'
If there is aught that I can do to repay you for your ill usage—'