severals are of opinion that the night attack could have been made, but I am convinced of the contrary for the following reasons.
He was an Irish buddy tae, but there were severals converted.
But the officers were of different sentiments, as severals of them expressed.
I do not think fit to insert the charm, knowing that severals might be inclined to make an unwarrantable trial of it.
All hedges and ditches to be made betwixt 'severals', evidently enclosures as distinguished from common fields.
early 15c., "existing apart," from Anglo-French several, from Middle French seperalis "separate," from Medieval Latin separalis, from Latin separ "separate, different," back-formation from separare "to separate" (see separate (v.)). Meaning "various, diverse, different" is attested from c.1500; that of "more than one" is from 1530s, originally in legal use.
Here we are all, by day; by night we're hurledRelated: Severalty. Jocular ordinal form severalth attested from 1902 in American English dialect (see -th (2)).
By dreams, each one into a several world