Perhaps you will cry out quickly, 'To the blind admirers, certes.'
It may be his right and duty, but certes it is none of thine.
As it is, the call comes from something smaller than the Place and certes adrift from the cosmos.
"certes, Stephen Hapgood, his wisdom doth not suffice," cried the other.
certes, he did not; you yourself have already confessed it, more by token that I know he loveth you more than himself.
certes, we were traitors when we left our rightful lady for a stranger.
certes I'll be ever so, that whatever ye command, that shall be done.
He replied, "Why, the Bard's tragical history of the bloody Scot, certes."
certes,” quoth Aucassin, “this is a sorry thing meseems, when a man of thine age lies!
Had I known this, certes my gipsire had still been five nobles the richer.