Antonyms for fores

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Fores's sporting collection with the most classical subjects.

"There may and there mayn't, young Fores," said Thomas Batchgrew.

But I assure you that there's nothing at all, nothing whatever, between Mr. Fores and me.

"And witches of other sorts than those of Fores' Heath," he laughed.

There's a Frenchy thing among 'em as wor gone nigh three sheets i' the wind 'fores I left.

Rachel marched processionally upstairs, and with the detachment of a footman announced to Mrs. Maldon that Mr. Fores waited below.

"Ye can run Mrs. Fores up home on yer way," Thomas Batchgrew had suggested.

Somehow Krupp made it seem as if by the force of his will he had forced Faulkner's to be open—in order to oblige Mr. Fores.

Published by Mr. Fores, of Piccadilly, who had the copper-plates, but of which no impressions are now remaining.

"Leave us shake the reef out o' the mains'l, sir, an' give her the fores'l," said the first hand.