If it's betwixt and between—well, I'm honest, and I can't say more.
I disremember just how fur that last stop is from the Crick, but I think it's betwixt 25 and 30 mile.
Finally it was betwixt chance and choice that the place and hour of concussion were determined.
Why should a couetous man be called poore, what affinitie is betwixt them twoo?
Friends or foes, French or Spaniards, succor or death: betwixt these were their hopes and fears divided.
“There is all the difference that is betwixt Heaven and earth,” answered Mr Tremayne.
Hit was betwixt you an' him, an' 'twant none o' my business long as you an' him air goin' to marry.
“There is no manner of likeness, Blanche, betwixt this creature and Don John,” she urged.
Nay, come at once, I implore thee; for until I am justified to my mistress, I stand like one betwixt life and death.
As for thy service, I will think of that betwixt now and the day I see you again.
Old English betweox "between, among, amidst, meanwhile," from bi- "by" (see be-) + tweox "for two," from Proto-Germanic *twa "two" + *-isk "-ish." With parasitic -t that first appeared in Old English and became general after c.1500.