either

[ ee-th er, ahy-th er ]SEE DEFINITION OF either

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So small was it that to have gone a few feet to either side would have been to miss it.

Young Sparrow must either starve or ask his neighbor to help him with a loan.

Hawarden is called a Castle, but it has not, either in its exterior or interior, the aspect of a Castle.

She is to be pitied—she cannot either like or dislike with temper!

For, Madam, could I be supposed to govern the passions of either of the gentlemen?

It is only in poetry that Cupid is more powerful than either Mammon or Mars.

The true wonder is, that the Turks have either ships or regiments.

In either case, it may be given out, that I am gone to the other; or to the world's end.

In subject they are either erotic, mythologic, or descriptive of nature.

Yet he must not sit there, either, with the cigar between his teeth, unlighted.

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