Definition of "thof" [thof]

  • (conjunction) Though.

Use "thof" in a sentence

  • "‘Ah, your honour,’ sighed Dorcas, ‘he is the man to serve your honour well — if ever you should get round again — or thof you were a bit off the hooks, he would no more cheat you than’ — ‘Well, well, we will deal, my girl, you may depend on’t."
  • "Make what use yowe pleas of thiss informasion: and belieue me to haue no other motife, than to serue yowe, becavs of yowre vartues, whiche make yowe deserue a better retorne, I am, thof I shall not set my trewe name, yowre grete admirer and seruant,"
  • "As for madam Lashtniheygo, you nose her picklearities — her head, to be sure, was fintastical; and her spouse had rapt her with a long marokin furze cloak from the land of the selvidges, thof they say it is of immense bally. —"

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