I'll have the words from her own lips—words, ay, and kisses also!
ay; you may take him for good and all, if you will, for you have made him fit for nobody else.
Yet he was greatly surprised when the young girl said quietly, "ay."
ay; for to be honest is nothing; the reputation of it is all.
The ash sticks in the waist-boat were doing their best, as the loud "ay, ay!"
It must not be; nay, should my lady know it—ay, then were fine work indeed!
ay, ay, ay; the times have degenerated in every thing;—even in harps.
ay, and happy is that woman that hath a wise man to her husband!
ay, go you round through the underbrush and leave me to tell her.
ay, though I used not my knife at all, but only my hardened fist.