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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ahungry
ahungry (current term)
aid and abet
Literary usage of Ahungry
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. On Blendings of Synonymous Or Cognate Expressions in English: A Contribution by Gustaf Adolf Bergström (1906)
"NED: The prefix is due to form-assoc. with a-hungered. Compare VAN DER GAAF § 188, who says that ahungry is still used in Worcestershire. ..."
2. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"Venice hath scarce heard of those crimes which are here practised. 676. His double in Florence. 687. Antonio Perez. 690. Italian revenge. ahungry dog tied ..."
3. Specimens of Newspaper Literature: With Personal Memoirs, Anecdotes, and by Joseph Tinker Buckingham (1852)
"... but by none other with quite so much vulgarity as one in the Mercury, who began his attack in this fashion: — "HONESTUS"—ahungry, lean-faced fellow, ..."
4. Historical Collections of Ohio: An Encyclopedia of the State ; History Both by Henry Howe (1891)
"... and the flag will signify as much to al! who are ahungry or athirst." A public table where dinner was furnished, as at the private houses without charge ..."
5. Wake-robin by John Burroughs (1904)
"The art that fills and satisfies us has one excellence, and the art that stimulates and makes us ahungry has another. ..."
6. Earth-hunger and Other Essays by William Graham Sumner (1913)
"With a proud and powerful plutocracy on one side, and ahungry proletariat on the other, can democracy nn(T resources anywhere for controlling the elements ..."