"good morrow, dear brother Albert," she said, in a tone full of sweetness.
She undrew the curtain, wished her good morrow, and kissed her.
"A good morrow to you," returned the butcher, civilly enough.
good morrow, dame, I mean not any libel, But in your dwelling have you got a Bible?
The diligent spinner has a large shift; and now I have a sheep and a cow, everybody bids me good morrow.'
If otherwise, a slight reverence and scarcely a good morrow is vouchsafed.
good morrow or good day was considered proper only before noon, after which good den was the usual salutation.
good morrow, Monsieur de Blenau, said Chavigni: you seem in haste.
As I still wore my Frankish dress I was used to that, and only smiled at him, and nodded a good morrow.
good morrow to you all, my good lords; I have dreamed too much to have so little.