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vill

(vɪl)
n
(Human Geography) archaic a township or village. See also villar
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Then, as he shook his head, she went on: "Listen to me--if you git me you vill be glad of it.
You vill be foolish not to take such an offer," she said.
I might as vell go mit you for noffing as vot you offer me, but I vill try to help you.
But you understand now--you vill pay me de rest of twenty-five dollars soon?
If you offend the one, it is the other vat vill strike you.
said the colonel, thumping the table; "and ve must tie for our Emperor, and zen all vill pe vell.
You vill get your name in der papers," she could hear Silverstein saying to her, as from a great distance; and she knew she was shaking her head in refusal.
cried a smothered voice,” praise be God, I live; vill you, Mister Agamemnon, be pleas come down ici, and help me on my leg?
Uggug, having filled his basket with frogs, had no objection to obey, and soon appeared in the room, followed by a fierce-looking little man, who asked the Vice-Warden "Vot music vill you haf?
But you must tell me what you have done with Vill - Monty.
As it stands, not one farthing shall you have with my free will, and when I see my brother, the Socman of Minstead, he will raise hue and cry from vill to vill, from hundred to hundred, until you are taken as a common robber and a scourge to the country.
Oh, wery good,' said Sam; 'then I'll amend the obserwation and call 'em the dear creeturs, if Blazes vill allow me.