Definition of Tarnally
1. tarnal [adv] - See also: tarnal
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Literary usage of Tarnally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Purchase: Or, Seven and a Half Years in the Far West by Baynard Rush Hall (1843)
"... what thinks preachers must be high larn'd, afore they kin tell sinners as how they must be saved or be 'tarnally lost ; but it ain't so I allow—(chair ..."
2. Chambers' Edinburgh Journal by Robert Chambers, William Chambers (1848)
"... as keeps a mm neither green nor blue, neither seein' life nor the world, an' tarnally ready to get sick over a yard; so I've managed to keep a midship ..."
3. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"Well, I should like that tarnally. JESSAMY. Yes. It comprises every possible display of jocularity, from an affet- tuoso smile to a piano titter, ..."
4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1891)
""First they sat in a circle, and cussed, as you fellows would say, ' internally, externally, and e-tarnally ' — and then they were going to memorialize the ..."
5. Old-time Schools and School-books by Clifton Johnson (1904)
"... is ruin'd and undone for ever and for 'tarnally. Must I feed and pamper and lodge the puppy ? ay, ay, and send him to the ..."