Aff in a sentence

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How to use aff in a sentence. Aff pronunciation.

They lifted their rents, and spent them; called in their kain and ate them; gaed to the kirk of a Sunday; bowed civilly if folk took aff their bannets as they gaed by, and lookit as black as sin at them that keepit them on.
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Only that Mr. Lovel will be in town before the express gaes aff," said Mrs. Heukbane; "and where are ye then, lass?
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Men thought he had a direct compact with Satan; that he was proof against steel, and that bullets happed aff his buff-coat like hailstanes from a hearth; that he had a mear that would turn a hare on the side of Carrifra-gauns (a precipitous side of a mountain in Moffatdale); and muckle to the same purpose, of whilk mair anon.
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It wasna a'thegether for sake of the money, Dougal thought, but because he didna like to part wi' my gudesire aff the grund.
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He flung the cup at Dougal's head and said he had given him blood instead of Burgundy; and, sure aneugh, the lass washed clotted blood aff the carpet the neist day.
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Miss Helen canna be vera well aff, I doubt.
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And there's Dunbog has warned the Red Rotten and John Young aff his grunds-black be his cast!
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But the like o' you, Laird, that's a real gentleman for sae mony hundred years, and never hunds puir fowk aff your grund as if they were mad tykes, nane o' our fowk wad stir your gear if ye had as mony capons as there's leaves on the trysting-tree.
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Now it chanced, when the bairn was near five years auld, that the Laird had a sight of his errors, and determined to put these Egyptians aff his ground, and he caused them to remove; and that Frank Kennedy, that was a rough, swearing fellow, he was sent to turn them off.
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Sae aff I set, and Wasp wi' me, for ye wad really hae thought he kenn'd where I was gaun, puir beast; and here I am after a trot o' sixty mile or near by.
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They're aye banded thegither; I've heard that the gipsies ken when the smugglers will come aff, and where they're to land, better than the very merchants that deal wi' them.
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The carline she was stark and sture, She aff the hinges dang the dure.
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O thay hae sent aff men to the wood To hew down baith thorn an’ fern, That they might get a great bonefire To burn that lady in.
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Here's the stripes aff me arm, and to gaol I'll go; but for what wint before I clapt the iron on his wrists, good or avil, divil a word will I say.
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Your aff. aunt, Olivia Plummer," they closed.
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And then the man casts aff the wat and puts on the dry, and sits down wi' his pipe and his gill-stoup ahint the ingle, like ony auld houdie, and neer a turn will he do till the coble's afloat again!
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Weel then, they say, sir, that as ye didna encourage the petition about the peace, and wadna petition in favour of the new tax, and as you were again' bringing in the yeomanry at the meal mob, but just for settling the folk wi' the constables-they say ye're no a gude friend to government; and that thae sort o' meetings between sic a powerfu' man as the Yerl, and sic a wise man as you,-Od they think they suld be lookit after; and some say ye should baith be shankit aff till Edinburgh Castle.
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Ye had aye a good roof ower your head to fend aff the weather, and, if the windows werena glazed, it was the mair airy and pleasant for the summer season.
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But had she keepit her ain tongue aff ither folk, she might hae been living like a leddy for a' that's come and gane yet.
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But we'll put it aff till a mair convenient sizzon, atween oor ain twa lanes.
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Examples of Aff

Example #1
But they keepit an honest walk before God and man, the Croftangrys, and, as I said before, if they did little good, they did as little ill.
Example #2
Na, these are Mr. Treddles's arms though they look as like legs as arms.
Example #3
But ye ken yere ain ways best.
Example #4
But I'll no need your callant, mony thanks to ye-I'll send little Davie on your powny, and that will be just five-and- threepence to ilka ane o' us, ye ken.
Example #5
Far and wide was Sir Robert hated and feared.
Example #6
He wasna a bad master to his ain folk, though, and was weel aneugh liked by his tenants; and as for the lackeys and troopers that rade out wi' him to the persecutions, as the Whigs caa'd those killing-times, they wad hae drunken themsells blind to his health at ony time.