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Ambrose only exclaimed “O uncle, you must have been hard pressed.”

O my dear, how my mother's condescension distressed me at the time!

I could hold no longer; but threw myself at her feet: O my dearest Mamma!

But, O my dear, the single life is by far the most eligible to me: indeed it is.

O the words of kindness, all to be expressed in vain, that flowed from her lips!

O, that I might forget all the dark shadows which haunt about these graves!

O that philosophy or philanthropy could but find it out and work it!

That would be no reason why he as did the will o' his father shouldn't take to him.

The English o't being that a man of sense should ever avoid a great talker.

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WORD ORIGIN

interjection of fear, surprise, admiration, etc.; see oh.

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