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Definition of "ynough" []

  • Enough. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "ynough" in a sentence
  • "To this she sayd it was not the wysest counsell to appoint her servantes to comptrolle her in her owne howse, and that her servantes knew her mynde therin well ynough, for of all men she might wurst endure any of them to move her in any suche mattiers, and for their punyshment my Lordes may use them as they think good. 87"
  • "The never ynough wondered at and abhorred POWDER-TREASON . . . being not onely intended against me and my Posteritie, but even against the whole house of Parliament, plotted onely by Papists, and they only led thereto by a preposterous zeale for the advancement of their Religion. . ."
  • "For the whole Fleete was large ynough to containe the burthen of 60 thousand tunnes."
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