Words nearby conj.
How to use conj. in a sentence
But sadly tell me, truly tell me who or But sadly tell me, gentle cousin, who Taylor conj.
We waste our lights in vain, light lights by day Nicholson conj.
(sun away) or unwary or runagate or run-astray Taylor MS. conj.
All are forsworn, all false, all are dissemblers Seymour conj.
More, which is necessary for the metrical form, is best taken as conj.