Origin of neath
Words nearby neath
How to use neath in a sentence
This Frenchman, however, neath his careless surface, was wonderfully shrewd and sagacious.Michael Strogoff|Jules Verne
She sat with her hands 'neath her dimpled cheeks,(Butter and eggs and a pound of cheese) And spake not a word.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
The girl lowered her head a trifle and looked out at him from 'neath her curls, but she said nothing.
Then it was that a pair of imp-like, black eyes danced 'neath the careless ringlets above them.
The night passed somehow, and morning found Nannie with a white face, save where the shadows rested 'neath her large eyes.