once again


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Adv.1.once again - anewonce again - anew; "she tried again"; "they rehearsed the scene again"
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And when he was sitting beside her and very happy, news came that his father lay sick unto death, and desired to see him once again before his end.
It recalled me from the forgotten eon to which my brain had flown and left me once again a modern man battling with a clumsy, unskilled brute.
Enfield, that their way lay once again through the by-street; and that when they came in front of the door, both stopped to gaze on it.
His compunctions cooled as the self-satisfaction of a near revenge crowded out the finer instincts that had for a moment asserted themselves--the good that he had inherited from the slave woman was once again submerged in the bad blood that had come down to him from his royal sire; as, in the end, it always was.
Thuvia," he said, "I come once again, for the last time, to lay my heart at your feet.
Once again came the ape-man, and this time there came with him fifty fighting men, turning porters for love of the only creature in the world who might command of their fierce and haughty natures such menial service.
She spoke once again, half an hour later, when she asked, "Aren't you tired?
Then once again, the louder for the mourning pause, we hear the din of battle.
And going once again over the conditions inseparable from a duel, a divorce, a separation, and once again rejecting them, Alexey Alexandrovitch felt convinced that there was only one solution,--to keep her with him, concealing what had happened from the world, and using every measure in his power to break off the intrigue, and still more--though this he did not admit to himself--to punish her.
Sikes waited until he had fairly gone; and then, telling Oliver he might look about him if he wanted, once again led him onward on his journey.
Luckily for him, the Lovely Maiden with Azure Hair once again looked out of her window.
Ah, but he would be well content to precipitate himself over the hill-side once again, as on the evening when he and I first encountered, close to the same spot