Which preposition to use with id

of Occurrences 12%

Scene II, Act i of Shadwell's The Squire of Alsatia (1688), is laid 'at the George in Whitefriars'.

to Occurrences 7%

Matters did not improve after the accession of George I to the British throne.

in Occurrences 5%

The set of old paintings to the right and left represent scenes in the good man's life, who, if he had only changed the i in his name to oand the king would have agreed readilyby the perpetual allusion to Savon, would perhaps have done much for the natives generally.

into Occurrences 2%

Words ending in ie, dropping the e by Rule 9th, change the i into y, for the same reason: as, die, dying; vie, vying; lie, lying.

within Occurrences 1%

'tis by night she may work her spells and blast any that she will, or haunt them with goblins damned that they do run mad, or" "Enough!" cried Beltane frowning, "on me let her bewitchments fall; thus, see you, an I within this next week wither and languish 'neath her spells, then let her burn an ye will: but until this flesh doth shrivel on these my bones, no man shall do her hurt.

for Occurrences 1%

The Vatican Manuscript for I reads it, but this must have been the Hallucination of the Transcriber, who probably mistook the Dash of the I for a T. Stanza the Second, Verse the Second.

ty Occurrences 1%

* 80 al' ti tude as tound' ing ve loc' i ty vag' a bond mus tach'

down Occurrences 1%

And mark this, Roger, an thou canst put me on my back shalt have thy will in the matter, but, an I down thee, then hey! for horse and armour and the forest-road this very night.

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