interj.1.See Prithee.
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Tell me thy news, good friend, I prythee," quoth Robin as they trudged along together, "for tinkers, I ween, are all as full of news as an egg of meat.
thus much, I prythee, say Unto the Count- it is exceeding just He should have cause for quarrel.
Now prythee, leave me- hither doth come a person With whom affairs of a most private nature I would adjust.
Good dame, I prythee give each of these men a bottrine of wine or a jack of ale.
69 I pray thee gentle keeper stay by me, (Q)--Keeper, I prythee sit by me a-while, (F)