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Use "betther" in a sentence
"Now, Jerry, my throoper, do you think I'm come to this time o 'day, not to know that there's no man in Ballykeerin, or the parish it stands in -- an' that's a bigger word -- that could be called a betther man that Art Maguire? ""
"You are an example of the betther than thou elite progressive thinking."
"Ambition is madness; and desire of distinction is criminal vanity; and glory is bosh; and fair fame is idleness; and nothing is true but two and two; and the color of all the world is drab; and all men are equal; and one man is as tall as another; and one man is as good as another — and a great dale betther, as the Irish philosopher said."