Examples from the Web for twixt
My kingdom was full of a quarrel 'twixt peasant and noblesse, 'twixt monk and friar, and merchant.Long Will|Florence Converse
Now, lads, are we to run up stream into the mud, or take our chances of findin' the British fleet 'twixt here an' the bay?Commodore Barney's Young Spies|James Otis
My dusky dear, 'tis hard to steer 'twixt interests wildly clashing, O!
I think, indeed, he loves thee well enow To thrust his heart 'twixt thee and any blow.The Earthly Paradise|William Morris
"There's many a slip 'twixt the cow and the churn," said Mr. Strout as he took a ten cent cigar from the case and lighted it.The Further Adventures of Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks|Charles Felton Pidgin
British Dictionary definitions for twixt
Word Origin and History for twixt
c.1300, short for betwixt.