welladay

well·a·day

 (wĕl′ə-dā′)
interj. & n. Archaic
Variant of wellaway.

welladay

(ˈwɛləˌdeɪ) or

welladays

interj
archaic woe! alas!
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Egan credits the strength of several of my articles where I argue against memorial reconstruction as the explanation of major differences between early printed texts of plays like Hamlet, Lear, and Richard III, but most commentators and editors reject my similar efforts about the multiple texts of 2 and 3 Henry VI Ah, welladay.