alle

All Noun Adjective Verb
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  • And yet for alle that, I think father is in the right. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol VI, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • He raved much of a Man alle in red, riding hard after him. Cited from Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary, by Anne Manning
  • When King Alle returned, he bestowed new rights on the women.
  • The left wing also had some cavalry and, beyond the Alle river, batteries came into action to cover it.
  • It cannot be that I am he On whom thy Tempests fell alle Night? Cited from Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary, by Anne Manning
  • A settlement developed near the caste on the right shore of the Alle River opposite the castle.
  • She thought the Redeemer of alle Men had been talking with her. Cited from Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary, by Anne Manning
  • It may yet be done; and we alle share her Feares. Cited from Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary, by Anne Manning
  • Thus was the hunting of the Cheviot; God send us alle good ending! Cited from The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 3, Ed. by Warner
  • The continent, despite being thousands of miles across, is just one part of a larger world named Harthe Alle.
  • There are only nine Secondary schools in the canton, so all the students from Alle attend their secondary school in another municipality.
  • The Children are alle sent away to keep the House quiete. Cited from Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary, by Anne Manning
  • Have we not ample Room here for them alle? Cited from Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary, by Anne Manning
  • Alle of the other streets have now disappeared.
  • Foster set two rows of sugar maple trees along the approach road to the house, known as an alle'.
  • August Alle's poetry turned strongly against the fascist tendencies in Europe of that time.
  • He also wrote short stories in Magasinet for alle.
  • However, upon a successful appeal, FC Alle were awarded the victory and gained permission to compete in the second round.
  • Soe gave me back into Dancey's arms, the guards about him alle weeping. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol VI, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • Most tracks are co-produced by his cousin Alle Benassi.
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