I'll have the words from her own lips—words, ay, and kisses also!
“ay, ay,” said Tibble, regarding him with a well-pleased face.
Yet he was greatly surprised when the young girl said quietly, "ay."
“ay, sure, both of us; but Ambrose is the best scribe,” said Stephen.
The ash sticks in the waist-boat were doing their best, as the loud "ay, ay!"
Tis none other that the Dean sets forth, ay, and the book that I have here.
ay, ay, ay; the times have degenerated in every thing;—even in harps.
I gave it—ay, I gave it to a youth that came to mine aid, and reclaimed a falcon for me!
ay, go you round through the underbrush and leave me to tell her.
"ay, yes, there is nothing wonderful in that," answered the voice.