Mina, (plural Minæ)—Four pounds, three shillings, four pence.
Besides, he had four quarts left, for which he expected to find a ready sale.
Of course you'll do it, and you could do it better if you had three or four times the stake you got.
A boat was got ready, and the captain got in, with four sailors to row.
Steered east for four miles, when we struck Mr. Gosse's cart-track.
Found it rather long hours watching, namely, about four hours each.
They had seen four natives, but did not get near enough to talk to them.
Since that period a population of four millions has multiplied to twelve.
Daubenton and a huissier departed with the prisoner and four gendarmes.
Four years of new experience have not belied our historic instinct.