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It was a welcome refuge to us, for we had well nigh perished with cold on the dreary paramo.
THE ANDES AND THE AMAZONJAMES ORTON
He had tried to walk home, but had well nigh fallen in the street, when the chance of an empty coach saved him.
MOHAWKS, VOLUME 3 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
But according to the balladist his career, on one occasion, had well nigh terminated disastrously.
BORDER RAIDS AND REIVERSROBERT BORLAND
A dull apathy had succeeded that fiery energy of soul which had enfeebled and well–nigh worn out her body.
JOHN MARCHMONT'S LEGACY, VOLUMES I-IIIMARY E. BRADDON
In the case of these great fortunes it is well nigh impossible to get an accurate idea of just how much they reach.
HISTORY OF THE GREAT AMERICAN FORTUNES, VOL. IMYERS GUSTAVUS
I left him and when I was in my room which Aleck provided for me, the time was well nigh midnight.
CONVERSION OF A HIGH PRIEST INTO A CHRISTIAN WORKERMELETIOS GOLDEN
The Cote Droit persists no less; nay with more animation than ever, though hope has now well nigh fled.
THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONTHOMAS CARLYLE
Self-pity, except as the most transient emotion, was well nigh impossible to her.
MRS. THOMPSONWILLIAM BABINGTON MAXWELL
Missile after missile shot accurately out at the attackers and retaliation was well nigh impossible.
A SON OF THE CITYHERMAN GASTRELL SEELY
Absolute prohibition for the army in France would be well nigh impossible.
THE A.E.F.HEYWOOD BROUN