o'th'

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o'th'

  1. of the.
    • 1747, William Shakespeare quoted in The Works of Shakespear in Eight Volumes, Volume V., King Henry VIII., Scene VII., page #449:
      There’s a trim rabble let in ; are all theſe
      Your faithful friends o’th’ ſuburbs?