He waits for thee at Oxford, man; but he may wait while his porridge cools, I trow: and so good den.
Now, back at once into time we go, For many a hundred years, I trow.
I won't,' said the ox, 'I'm not going to burst asunder in doing that, I trow.'
There's that that would be thought upon,I trow, besides the bride.
Men offer not up old glove leather for incense, nor are beacons fed with undressed hides, I trow.
God, I trow, wants her in Heaven To become the lamp of even.
Few enow of them, I trow, did ease them, till Siegfried's weeds had all been wrought.
I trow he will find it go hard with him if ever he cometh near London again.
Ye are baith a pair o' the deevil's peats, I trow—hard token whilk deserves the hettest corner o' his ingle side.
Do no harm, trow, to let her tarry a two-three days or a week.