Origin of well-nigh
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Bill was anxious to get back to poor Jack, who he remembered was well-nigh starving.From Powder Monkey to Admiral|W.H.G. Kingston
The beauty of the night in such a climate, and at that season, is well-nigh unimaginable.
The awful storm which had well-nigh uprooted my very soul was gradually subsiding.The Trail of a Sourdough|May Kellogg Sullivan
And we had developed two startling facts that go to show that our experiment of self-government is well-nigh a failure.
Timothy was well-nigh blinded with the pain, and presently a drop of blood trickled down his cheek.The Golden Galleon|Robert Leighton