To-a in a sentence

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How to use to-a in a sentence. To-a pronunciation.

We all know what all barrister coves looks forward to-a seat on the hop sack.
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To be yoked for ever to-a savage!
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But what I would give my ears to understand is how you can go through a two hours' conversation with the girl you were engaged to-a conversation which must have affected the lives of both of you-and then come up to me and talk drivel about China tea and Bluebeard.
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All male Bermudians were seafaring folk in the eighteenth century, and ill-natured people hint that these intrepid mariners, not content with their legitimate trading profits, were occasionally not averse to-a little maritime enterprise.
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In a gothic chamber, like the hall of a chapel, hung with electric lights and filled with a crowd of workers and loungers, Douglas stood clutching the fragment of newspaper still in his hand, looking around for some one to address himself to-a strange figure in his rags, wan, starving, but something of personal distinction still clinging to him.
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Could it be that he has himself really gone to-as he says-and found rest-or something he hadn't got before?
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The attorney for the commonwealth-that is, the attorney who prosecutes the accused-may CHALLENGE-that is, object to-a juror, but he must assign a reason for his objection, and if the judge decides in favor of his objection, the person challenged is not put on the jury.
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In London people don't seem to me to mind whom they speak to-a low-bred Irishman, who never spoke to a lady until he left his own country.
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Examples of To-a

Example #1
Well, I'll bet a bull to fivepence, that the grinner gets upon it, and the snarler doesn't; at any rate, that he gets there first.
Example #2
Well, he makes his appearance at our circuit, does very well, of course, but he has a somewhat high front, as becomes an honest man, and one who has beat every one at Latin and matthew mattocks; and who can speak first-rate law and sense;-but see now, the cove with the grin, who has like myself never been at college; knows nothing of Latin, or matthew mattocks, and has no particular gift of the gab, has two briefs for his one, and I suppose very properly, for that grin of his curries favour with the juries; and mark me, that grin of his will enable him to beat the other in the long run.
Example #3
Presently he ate his heart out with mortification.
Example #4
She knew him much better, for primitive people are quicker in the play of their passions, and she had come to love him before he had begun to notice her at all.
Example #5
I don't in the least want to know what passed between you and Eleanor.
Example #6
I am humbler now and acknowledge myself a wretched bungling amateur.