Definition of Sithens
1. since [adv] - See also: since
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Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Complaynt of Scotlande Wyth Ane Exortatione to the Thre Estaits to be by Henry, James Harrison, Edward Seymour Somerset, Nicholas Bodrugan (1872)
"Wherfore beinge now passed sithens the last homage made by the kinges of Scottis to oure ... being all the other tymes sithens the homage dono by James ..."
2. The Manuscripts of Rye and Hereford Corporations by John Dovaston, Rye (England), Thomas Barrett-Lennard, Frederick Cleave Loder Symonds, Hereford (England), William Dunn Macray, Edmond Robert Wodehouse, William Walter Legge Dartmouth, William John Hardy, William Page, Robert Lloyd Kenyon, William Oxenh (1892)
"... but Jorden said he liad your Lordships letters and answer should be made the next passage, which yet is not done though Use passage longe sithens come. ..."
3. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1859)
"... coming unto me he gave no signe of any such purpose, as sithens fell out, but to give color (as semes) to his intent, and to draw me y* further from ..."
4. State Papers: Relating to Henry VIII. by Great Britain Record Commission (1849)
"... why (sithens it was afore this tyme made overture of, and nothing said to it) that it shuld nowe be sett in purpose, sithens all this assemble, ..."