"They say Tobe is wellnigh out'n his mind," remarked Mrs. Trimble.
"And you have wellnigh forgotten it all," said she, sighing heavily.
And verily he was so, for his troubles had wellnigh driven him mad.
All or wellnigh all of these many kinds were known to Aristotle.
It is wellnigh impossible to confine it within proper limits.
Wine,” she added, “the more precious that it is wellnigh the last in our cellars.
For of this I am warned, that Doom draws on and my days are wellnigh sped.
After about fifteen minutes of conference they had wellnigh come to blows.
The miniatures were wellnigh lost in the middle of the nineteenth century.
Think no more of the sensual love that lured, and wellnigh lost thee.