'twixt

twixt

also 'twixt  (twĭkst)
prep.
Betwixt.

'twixt

(twɪkst) or

twixt

contraction of
betwixt

'twixt

(twɪkst)

prep.
contraction of betwixt.
References in classic literature ?
Too great hath been the tension of my cloud: 'twixt laughters of lightnings will I cast hail-showers into the depths.
It is the knife-edge moment 'twixt time and eternity.
Then it was time for the customary, culinary bridge 'twixt savoury and sweet courses, scones (as in "sconns", not "scoans").
So I am happy to join the debate 'twixt L Hollier and Paul Gaskin in the Talkback columns regarding the engine pulling The Cornishman in the lovely photograph recently published of Snow Hill station.
uk And whereas the A565 - the first dual carriageway in the country - was considered the epitome of forward thinking, a stumbling block was always the fate of Ince Woods, that ancient greenery 'twixt Crosby, Thornton and Hightown.
Coming back home from a prolonged walk on the beach, reminiscing Shelley's 'twixt heaven, air, earth and sea, we try to devour a heap of Inquirer's back issues.
And his character in ITV's new missing persons drama Chasing Shadows- a sort of Asperger's Columbo with zero social skills - was a total non-starter, shuffling around with a pinched, constipated look on his face as though trying to keep a biro clenched 'twixt his bum cheeks.
MANY a slip, 'twixt cup and lip, they say, and a Trading Gossip contributor thinks he stumbled on one when seeking info on personal investment opportunities from a well-known high street financial institute.
See the editors' Introduction to the Cambridge edition of 'Twixt Land and Sea: Tales (J.
Grant no charnel horrors slip 'Twixt them and their child's soft face.
With an eight-point lead and an easier-looking run-in Honley have to be favourites to land their fifth Premiership title in six years, but there are often slip-ups 'twixt Cup and lip' and knowing 'Archie' Moore he will be taking nothing for granted.
I can already feel the blade 'twixt my shoulders, but let me say "good on yer" to Mr Owen of Port Talbot and to the Western Mail for printing his views.