I didn't think as 'ow even 'Enery Wilks would be able to grattify 'is 'armless ambishun, but the uther day I saw my chawnce.
Now there's somethin' I got to up an' tell, if you never tips me the 'ow Do no more.
I 'ope you will be able to explain 'ow it was you came to leave the wharf for three hours.'
"By agor, 'ow the waaves do roar," he continued, after a minute.
Seeing as the Wire is an enterprising paper an' pays for news, we thought as 'ow we'd come along.'
ow much has the Kilossus of Railroads one, I should like to know, and what was his cappitle?
I am engaged at present in solving the problem of ow best to ensure peace of mind to one of Rome's Vestals.
Sometimes in these cases the preposition or conjunction is combined with ow.
You said as 'ow I could get it done this afternoon so as to go to church this evening.
ow great is the difference between a guide-post and a guide!
14c. as an exclamation of surprise; 1919 as an expression of sudden pain.