yea[ yey ]SEE DEFINITION OF yea
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR YEA
Yea, like a woman, who deems a man safest when he is a tailor, or a perfumer.
Let me see—I trust I have forgot it not—yea, thus it was: 'The lion growls.
No God--yea, all the way the "fools" were saying in their hearts, no God.
Yea, whether the Bible be true, is no question with them no more than with him.
Yea, it was this law, and this law only, which made it wrong.
Yea, as a friend who loves you far too dearly to advise you to commit any folly.
Yea, He shall cut them off utterly in His wrath, and they shall be destroyed.'
Oh, yea, I remember; and you told me you came from the office.
All doing seemed at an end, yea God himself to be resting and thinking.
God preserveth the sanctified, yea, even in the midst of errors.