enow

All Adverb Noun Verb
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  • We had dead men enow in the land, and needed no more. Cited from The Fall of the Niebelungs
  • Enow there were to help them, for there was great store of men. Cited from The Nibelungenlied
  • Such guests we may have enow, That will not for their shot allow. Cited from Froude's Essays in Literature and History, by James Froude
  • And if men only must be admitted, of them we have enow to establish this truth. Cited from Trial of Witnessses of the Resurrection of Jesus
  • Minos told her she had not refused enow yet, and turned her back. Cited from From This World to the Next, by Henry Fielding #2
  • I have marks enow about my body to show of his cruelty to me. Cited from The History of Tom Jones, a foundling, H. Fielding
  • So then it was all over with them, as though that were not proof enow what manner of thing it was! Cited from A Reputed Changeling, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • He left with him squires enow, and turned him again to the castle. Cited from The Romance of Morien, by Jessie L. Weston
  • When they saw him give the shield so readily, there were eyes enow red with hot tears. Cited from The Fall of the Niebelungs
  • There then, that is as well as may be, and well enow. Cited from Standish of Standish, by Jane G. Austin
  • Set before me here, and I will say to thee of sorrows enow. Cited from Brut, by Layamon
  • Then they had a long talk over it, whether any man was of might enow to fetch that fire. Cited from The Story of Grettir The Strong, by Magnusson and Morris
  • Bid the envoys return to their country; tell them they shall see us there soon enow. Cited from The Fall of the Niebelungs
  • He made her semblant fair enow, to none other so great. Cited from Less-known British Poets, Vol. 1, by Gilfillan
  • "There is no more than enow for us that be women." Cited from Standish of Standish, by Jane G. Austin
  • He offered the boatman money enow to take him to the further side with no delay. Cited from The Romance of Morien, by Jessie L. Weston
  • "Tales enow may my daughter make If too many words be said for her sake." Cited from Poems By The Way & Love Is Enough, by William Morris
  • Those who were very poor, grew rich enow. Cited from The Nibelungenlied
  • Enow of gold and silver was given to the poor. Cited from The Nibelungenlied
  • We shall do well enow for the captain. Cited from Standish of Standish, by Jane G. Austin
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