hewgh

hewgh

(hjuː)
interj
a sound made to imitate the flight of an arrow
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She and Randolph were both dead, though, when, two years later to the day itself, her other daughter Luce (Lucy) and Lucy's successful lawyer-husband John Peighen concluded a different sort of pact about these same properties with Randolph's brother, Sir Hewgh Cholmeley, consolidating them in agreements of partition and exchange so that both sides would "from hensforth forever have hold and enjoy [them] in Severaltie." (88)