of a

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of a

  1. (dated, now dialectal, idiomatic) on every; in the (followed by a noun indicating a certain time)
    • 1839, John Gibson Lockhart, Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart:
      He always used to dine at my father's house of a Sunday.
    • 2008, Kim Patrick, “Rewarding Good Behavior in Children”:
      So, next time they come to me of a morning and ask the same question, what do you think my answer might be?

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