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  • as incorner
  • as inangle

synonyms for ys

  • edge
  • intersection
  • rim
  • V
  • Y
  • bend
  • branch
  • cloverleaf
  • crook
  • crossing
  • fork
  • joint
  • junction
  • projection
  • ridge
  • shift
  • veer
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    How to use ys in a sentence

    Expone e too versus afore: this present craft ys called Algorismus, in e quych we vse teen signys of Inde.
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    Ic hbbe sumne cnapan ywende oxan mid gad isene e eacswilce nu has ys for cylde and hreame.
    THE ENGLISH VILLAGE COMMUNITYFREDERIC SEEBOHM
    Then I tells ye, b'ys, there bes as much more there besides.
    THE HARBOR MASTERTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
    I see some of the b'ys coming out of the woods, yonder; and it seems to me there is a fourth man with them.
    THE CHAINBEARERJ. FENIMORE COOPER
    As much as I have need on—enough to feed me and mine—and enough for lumber, and to keep the b'ys busy.
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    And there on the deck the renegade was summarily beheaded, and ys blood ran yn ye scuppers, and thence ynto ye sea.
    FROM THE NORTH FORELAND TO PENZANCECLIVE HOLLAND
    Th' b'ys'll crowd th' bunk-house till they hindher more thin hilp!
    THE PROMISEJAMES B. HENDRYX
    The legend of Ys, of the town swallowed up by the sea, is common to the several branches of the Celtic race.
    LEGENDS & ROMANCES OF BRITTANYLEWIS SPENCE
    The legend of the submerged city of Ys, or Is, is perhaps the most romantic and imaginative effort of Breton popular legend.
    LEGENDS & ROMANCES OF BRITTANYLEWIS SPENCE
    Why yez see, sir, the b'ys don't like that beer—an' sensible they are—so they go to other places, an' don't come to my place.
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