And she spoke to him e'er courteously and kindly, even as though he had been a holy man and worthy of all reverence.
A shapely one he is, and strong, as e'er from cast was cast.
And as to learning, I make no qury she can talk you over the Latin grammar as fast as e'er a gentleman here.
e'er shall avail her neck to begird with yesterday's ribband.
If his fill of fight and wounding with his hands he e'er should get, Therefore a Christian never need have reason for regret.
A taking hand will never want, let the world be e'er sae scant.
Nor e'er was to the bowers of bliss conveyed / A fairer spirit or more welcome shade.
Gie a bairn his will, and a whelp its fill, and nane o' them will e'er do weel.
I didn't see it, but my mother told me it was as good as e'er a one of the old gentleman's sermons.
Who else could e'er have gnawed the net with which he was surrounded?