At-a in a sentence

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How to use at-a in a sentence. At-a pronunciation.

Had I not better become in reality what I had hitherto been merely playing at-a tinker or a gypsy?
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Had I not better become in reality what I had hitherto been merely playing at-a tinker or a Gypsy?
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Besides, that nurse of yours, Kit, is good to look at,"-a bit of the rogue in his eye.
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No primness about her as she stood alone there in the parlour; no pretence that Maggie's notice to leave was an everyday document, to be casually glanced at-as one glances at an unpaid bill!
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What leaps he at?-a real fly-"Damn his eyes!
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Pearl came down the stairs, stepping in time with Casey Jones's spectacular home-leaving:- "The caller called Casey, at-a half-past-four, He kissed his wife at the station door.
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Examples of At-a

Example #1
But I soon saw that I was not fitted to become either in reality.
Example #2
But when I reflected on the grisly sufferings which I had undergone whilst engaged in writing the "Life of Sell," I shrank from the idea of a similar attempt; moreover, I doubted whether I possessed the power to write a similar work-whether the materials for the life of another Sell lurked within the recesses of my brain?
Example #3
But I soon saw that I was not fitted to become either in reality.
Example #4
But when I reflected on the grisly sufferings which I had undergone whilst engaged in writing the 'Life of Sell,' I shrank from the idea of a similar attempt; moreover, I doubted whether I possessed the power to write a similar work-whether the materials for the life of another Sell lurked within the recesses of my brain?
Example #5
I haven't been in a home in so long that it will take more than one night for the novelty to wear off.
Example #6
Now, don't let me interfere with your plans for tonight.