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ADVERBS Along; anon; anything; away; back


“She could never away with me.

i.e. "she could not endure me." A verb of motion is probably omitted. Compare our "I cannot get on with him," "put up with him," and the provincial "I cannot do with him."

“I could not do withal.

So "she could never away with me" = "she could not go on her way," i.e. "get on with me." For the omission of the verb of motion compare

“Will you along!

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