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Definition of "morwe" [mor•we]

  • Obsolete form of morrow. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "morwe" in a sentence
  • "You leap to conclusions supported by nothing morwe than your own meager experiences."
  • "For whoso wille make a feste to ony of his frendes, there ben certeyn innes in every gode toum; and he that wil make the feste, wil seye to the hostellere, arraye for me, to morwe, a gode dyner, for so many folk; and tellethe him the nombre; and devysethe him the viaundes: and he seythe also, thus moche I wil dispende, and no more."
  • "And at morwe, whan he fond the heremyte ded, he was fulle sory and wrothe, and wolde have don his men to dethe: but they alle with on accord seyd, that he him self had slayn him, when he was dronken, and schewed him his swerd alle blody: and he trowed, that thei hadden seyd sothe."
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