You'd ne'er find his skull if you looked inside the old monument—naught but the rest of his bones.'
He gave a name to his picture, and it was "The Return of the ne'er-do-well."
Well, ne'er saw I such trouble as that arm gave me (and 't has ne'er been strong since).
She'll ne'er backward linger, this land of our dads, for she is a dinger at nailing the scads.
Weep no more, lady, weep no more, Thy sorrowe is in vaine: For violets pluckt the sweetest showers Will ne'er make grow againe.
Theodorite was the grown-up son of the house, and a ne'er-do-well.
Down 'e'll go, up 'e'll go, and ne'er a bullet within singing distance of 'im.
Call me a blackguard, a ne'er-do-weel, if I am mistaken about this woman.
I thus: "From Campaldino's field what force or chance Drew thee, that ne'er thy sepulture was known?"
I ne'er forget a face; how, then, shall I forget a face such as thine?