afore, 'fore (prep.)
before, in front of
AW II.iii.25[Lafew to Parolles] Fore me, I speak in respect
AW II.iii.44[Lafew to Parolles, on seeing Helen] Fore God, I think so
H5 II.ii.1[Bedford to all] Fore God, his grace is bold to trust these traitors
Per II.i.80[First Fisherman to Pericles] Now, afore me, a handsome fellow!
R2 II.i.200[York to King Richard] Now afore God – God forbid I say true
RJ II.iv.158[Nurse to Peter] Now, afore God, I am so vexed
RJ III.iv.34[Capulet to Paris] Afore me, it is so very late
RJ IV.ii.31[Capulet to Juliet] Now, afore God, this reverend holy Friar / All our whole city is much bound to him
TNK I.i.197[Hippolyta to Theseus] hang / Your shield afore your heart
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