Een in a sentence

The word "een" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of een and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Een

  • The old plural of Eye.

How to use een in a sentence. Een pronunciation.

If I didn't introduce Gentleman into your Company, I wonder what you'd do; you might e'en sit still, and be forc'd to make use of a _Dildo_, before any Body would come to you if it wan't for me.
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E'en put him to a Trade; and let him Work.
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E'en bad enough, I do believe, said he; if you shou'd let him know it; but sure there's no necessity of that.
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And you have to consider that the most open handed of us must een cheapen that which we buy every day.
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I must een write it down.
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Not were it een to save your life, Mary, not to mention mine own, will I flatter a monarch who forgets what is due to my family.
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But since you are a queen and will none of me, nor of Philip of Spain, nor of any other mortal man, I must een contain myself as best I may, and ask you only for a boon of State. ELIZABETH.
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Though all the bloom perish E'en YOUR hand can cherish, While churlish and bearish The verse-jingle chimes.
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Hereupon she falls on her knees, and taking the thing from the fire sets it upon a great leaf for dish, and turns it this way and that. "Good lack, Martin!" says she, "'Tis burned as black e'en as I wished!
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He who hath lived and living, thinks, Must e'en despise his kind at last; He who hath suffered ofttimes shrinks From shades of the relentless past.
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The monsters of the British Muse Deprive our schoolgirls of repose, The idols of their adoration A Vampire fond of meditation, Or Melmoth, gloomy wanderer he, The Eternal Jew or the Corsair Or the mysterious Sbogar.(33) Byron's capricious phantasy Could in romantic mantle drape E'en hopeless egoism's dark shape.
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Perchance upon the Neva e'en Similar dames ye may have seen.
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Hope e'en to these With childlike lisp will lie to please.
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Although her book did not contain The bard's enthusiastic strain, Nor precepts sage nor pictures e'en, Yet neither Virgil nor Racine Nor Byron, Walter Scott, nor Seneca, Nor the _Journal des Modes_, I vouch, Ever absorbed a maid so much: Its name, my friends, was Martin Zadeka, The chief of the Chaldean wise, Who dreams expound and prophecies.
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But of this love, e'en casually, As yet none had discovered aught; Eugene of course related nought, Tattiana suffered secretly; Her nurse, who could have made a guess, Was famous for thick-headedness.
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Yet with a feigned frigidity To arm the tongue and e'en the eye, To be in conversation clear And happy unto you appear.
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My object was to talk with her aside, But at the sight my resolution died; They look'd so happy in their blameless glee, That, as I found them, I e'en let them be; Though Jennet promised a few social hours 'Midst her old friends, my poultry, and my flowers.
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They took the road for Oxford and stopped at the tavern where the gossips aver that the author of "Love's Labor's Lost" made love to the landlord's wife-a thing I never would believe, e'en though I knew 't were true.
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Now let Beelzebub e'en take the drum, to make his devilship a nightcap.
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Ay, ay, replied Panurge, but the devil's cooks dote sometimes, and are apt to make horrid blunders as well as others; often putting to boil in water what was designed to be roasted on the fire; like the head-cooks of our kitchen, who often lard partridges, queests, and stock-doves with intent to roast them, one would think; but it happens sometimes that they e'en turn the partridges into the pot to be boiled with cabbages, the queests with leek pottage, and the stock-doves with turnips.
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Examples of Een

Example #1
This Speech of the _Pimp_, stirr'd up the Fury of the _Pander_, who with a great deal of heat made him this Answer.
Example #2
So that I may well affirm I am the Prop of the House.
Example #3
He is big enough, and then pack out the rest.
Example #4
But sure you will be more Wise.
Example #5
Shou'd I do so, how do you think he'd take it?
Example #6
Hold, Sir, says she, you talk as if we were already both agreed; but you shall find there will be two Words to the making of that Bargain.