The country thereabouts is not very wild, and there are many cotter houses set about the holms and dotted among the knowes.
No, none of them all that knowes the Facion of the countrye.
These knowledges bring on the mind an endlesse labour, but no contentment: for the more one knowes, the more he would know.
Since I hae slippit the tether, I may as well tak a canter o'er the knowes.
(not being formerly acquainted with him) did him great service, which perhaps he knowes not of.
The end, he gathers he knowes not for whom; the reason, mans life consists not in the abundance of riches, 1.
It was the Scots air: 'Ca' the yowes to the knowes,' which was a favourite of my father's.
I am confident He knowes me not, and I were worse than mad To be my owne betrayer, here's my husband.
The Philosopher discourseth of the nature of all other things: and knowes not himselfe.
He knowes not how long it is since they came to church, after which time they began to practise Witchcraft.